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IAIS raises tally of internationally active insurers

RSA removed from IAIG list following sale to Intact and Tryg

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Insurers rated "so far, so good" during Covid-19

But the IAIS's Vicky Saporta warns insurers risks could still develop

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Focus on sector-wide vulnerabilities in macroprudential supervision, says GFIA

The global insurance body responds to IAIS consultation

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IAIS ploughs on with allowing US capital metrics into ICS regime

No changes to draft definitions of comparability following a consultation

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IAIS confirms five Swiss IAIGs

There are 48 IAIGs globally, 45 of which have been revealed

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Scor declines to participate in ICS monitoring period

Thirty-nine insurers took part in the first year of the process, despite the pandemic

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Insurance protection gaps: getting over the blame game

Politicians and civil society tend to blame insurers for widening protection gaps. But insurers say governments and regulators must share responsibility. So what can be done to solve what all regard as a growing problem? Christopher Cundy reports from Eiopa's 10th anniversary conference

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Avoid prescriptive supervision of climate change risk, say European insurers

Insurance Europe responds to IAIS's consultation

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ICS: the gift that nobody wants

The Insurance Capital Standard continues to be a source of controversy. If the IAIS thought the global capital rule had satisfied at last year's Abu Dhabi meet, they will need to think again. Sarfraz Thind reports

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ICS capital calculations: onerous, uncertain, but growing in relevance

The global Insurance Capital Standard (ICS) requires yet more modelling work for insurers and some of its rules for calculating capital are vague. It's currently a low priority for insurers and investors, but UK firms in particular should watch closely. Christopher Cundy reports