Insurers maintain push for two-year IFRS 17 delay

Proposed one-year deferral is good, but not good enough


UK postpones equity release mortgage reforms

Decision based on consultation feedback


UK actuaries devise cyber risk assessment scenarios

Research provides a framework to quantify the cyber operational risks insurers face


IFoA names Hymans Robertson partner as president for 2019

John Taylor to replace Gen Re's Constantinou


Justice Committee's Ogden advice raises fear of further delay

MPs have told the government it must face the "real world" when implementing the new personal injury discount rate. But its recommendations may cause more delay to the process, and pain for insurers as the industry tussles with making appropriate assumptions. Paul Walsh reports


More UK insurers sign up to gender diversity at top levels

Industry remains biased, despite benefits of having women as leaders


Mentoring scheme aims to tackle gender imbalance among senior UK actuaries

Programme to encourage understanding of hurdles to women getting senior positions


Ogden proposal must result in lower motor premiums, says shadow minister

Government urged to ensure reforms are not "further lining the pockets" of insurance industry


IFoA to look at relationship with AAE amid Brexit

Actuarial Association of Europe not an EU institution, it argues


Deloitte actuary fined and reprimanded for misconduct

James Rakow was 'not in position' to give actuarial opinion, says FRC