IFRS 17: global insurance bodies continue push for two-year delay

One-year deferral is not enough, say 11 insurance associations


Insurance Europe: international capital standard 'needs more work'

The IAIS launched a consultation on its ICS 2.0 standard earlier this year


Outsourcing failures cost Liberty Mutual £5.3m

UK regulator issues fine for poor oversight of claims and complaints


Insurance Europe warns Eiopa over IGS proposal

Eiopa has been seeking harmonisation of EU insurance guarantee schemes


IFRS 17: A delay in the balance

Arguments are raging about whether implementation of the new insurance contracts accounting standard should be delayed. Cintia Cheong wraps up the latest developments in the long-running saga


Insurance Europe accuses US of welching on covered agreement - UPDATED

Argues draft NAIC proposals do not reflect the original bilateral deal


Global insurers demand re-opening and delay to IFRS 17

Letter demonstrates importance and urgency to the matter, says Insurance Europe


Insurance Europe cranks up pressure for IFRS 17 to be delayed

Lobby group warns IFRS 17 'isn't yet good enough'


EU supervisors insist Solvency II risk margin "is not an issue"

Insurers’ calls for a recalibration of the risk margin are being ignored by Eiopa and national supervisors, as evidenced at Insurance Europe's conference in Brussels last week. Aggelos Andreou reports


Solvency II stifling long-term guaranteed products - Insurance Europe

Survey reports half of insurers investing in suboptimal assets