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Gilts crash: a boon out of a crisis for insurers

Another day, another UK financial market crash. But while it has gone wrong for British politics and pension funds, the current crisis may actually benefit insurers in the long run. Ronan McCaughey and Sarfraz Thind report

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NHS funding will be major headwind for UK longevity assumptions

On the positive side, Hymans Robertson expert points to a potential anti-ageing drug

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PRT market set for a blazing H2

The UK's pension risk transfer market (PRT) is on course for a very busy second half of the year, after relatively modest activity in H1. Solvency II reforms are also likely to impact the sector, as Ronan McCaughey explains

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Insurers happy with UK's Solvency II plans, but capital savings remain uncertain

The government has grabbed positive headlines with its proposals to reform Solvency II, but the industry is cautious about the how they will pan out. Cintia Cheong reports

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InsuranceERM UK & Europe 2022 awards: winners revealed

The awards recognise top achievements in risk management in the UK and European insurance sector

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UK's first pensions superfund to disrupt the bulk annuity market

Regulator approves Clara Pensions, but insurers disapprove

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Actuaries cautiously optimistic about longevity outlook post-Covid

Many in the scientific community expect Covid-19 to become an endemic virus

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UK life insurers maintained strong capital positions in H1

Insights from Insurance Risk Data and Fitch Ratings on the UK life insurance sector during H1

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Smaller pension risk transfer deals crowded out of the market

LCP says insurers are increasingly focused on larger transactions

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UK risks having too few specialist with-profits actuaries

Actuaries prefer "new growth areas," warns Hymans Robertson