Scrutinise insurers' liquidity risk, IMF tells French regulator

Analysis of a sample of SFCRs found no quantitative measures to address liquidity risk


Solvency II LTG measures could be more symmetric, says IMF

International Monetary Fund says reserves should be built up in good times


IMF calls on India to modernise solvency regime

Regulator should move to risk-based supervision, the global body adds


Vienna Insurance basks in success of post-Communist expansion

Pre-tax profits up 9% and GWP 3.7% higher in 2017


Unipol's Renzo Avesani: balancing risk and innovation

Renzo Avesani holds the positions of chief risk officer and chief innovation officer at Unipol – a unique combination at such a large insurer. He tells Cintia Cheong about the firm's latest initiatives and how it is adapting to life under Solvency II


Netherlands would benefit from joint regulatory approach - IMF

Financial stability assessment warns of supervisory arbitrage


Separate Brexit deal needed for Lloyd's, Open Europe says

Think-tank pushes for 'pre-emptive equivalence' talks for UK laws


IAIS reaches fork in the road on systemic risk

International regulators are opening up to the idea of framing systemic risk in market-wide activities rather than individual companies. Callum Tanner reports


Life insurers have become more systemic, says IMF

Global financial stability report calls for macroprudential framework


IMF-like peer reviews needed to avoid Solvency II gold plating

Insurance Europe urges Eiopa to move beyond opinions and guidelines