Ireland's insurers zero in on operational resilience

Operational resilience is fast becoming the watchword for Ireland's re/insurance market and the country's insurance regulator. Ronan McCaughey explains how Irish insurers are dealing with operational risk, as well as preparing for Brexit


June date set for European Commission v Insurance Ireland hearing

The Irish insurance trade association has vigorously defended its InsuranceLink database


Insurance Ireland data pooling system under investigation by EC

The Irish insurance trade association insists it is fully compliant with EU competition law


Irish regulator approves 14 insurers' plans for Brexit mitigation

Central Bank of Ireland’s Ed Sibley makes comments at annual Insurance Ireland lunch


European regulators outline Brexit mitigation measures

As the threat of a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely, some EU countries are stepping up their preparations to ensure service continuity. Cintia Cheong spoke to regulators and governments in five big EU27 markets to find out what they have planned


Ireland drafts insurance legislation for a no-deal Brexit

It involves a three-year run-off regime for UK insurers


RSA Insurance Ireland fined €3.5m for regulatory breaches

The insurer admitted three breaches in a Central Bank of Ireland investigation


Insurance Ireland asks for reforms on personal injury claims

Irish insurers say costs of claims are getting out of hand


Irish regulator warns insurers about failing to prepare for hard Brexit

CBI will continue to prioritise authorisation process in 2018, says deputy governor


XL Group picks Dublin as EU base

Firm has historical relationships with Irish capital