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European insurers hold out hope on UK market access

With article 50 triggered, insurers in the UK and EEA wait with bated breath for news on what will replace passporting. Although the EU looks set to take a tough line on access to the single market for the UK, pressure is mounting on the UK government to avoid retaliation. Callum Tanner reports

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Irish regulator discusses Brexit relocation with 30 re/insurers

Director of insurance supervision says five applications received since November

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Hiscox hires chief actuary

Helen Cooper joins from KPMG

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TSC hearing: gaining equivalence a priority for UK Solvency II reforms

Single market access now off the cards after May speech

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UK industry chiefs convene to discuss post-Brexit regulation

Insurers, IFoA, Lloyd's and ABI called to give evidence about Solvency II

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IFRS 17: the new cloud on the horizon

Could IFRS 17 be even more burdensome and costly than Solvency II? A final text is due to be published in March and insurers are looking for fundamental changes – otherwise some will face a long and expensive path to compliance. Sarfraz Thind reports

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Bork appointed as AAE chair

Plans to strengthen relationships with other associations

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Czech Republic transposes Solvency II

Signed into law by Czech President on 6 September

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Deloitte actuary faces tribunal over reserving failures

FRC investigates Equity Red Star director, auditors and actuary

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Venture capital flows into insurtech down

But insurers increasingly creating their own venture capital funds