IFRS 17 confidence level disclosure: ultimate run-off vs one year

Cintia Cheong explores why insurers face a tricky choice between the two different time horizons for the confidence level disclosure of the IFRS 17 risk adjustment


Covid-19 highlights need for life insurers to digitalise

More remote working is possible, says Mazars Ireland report


FTI Consulting hires from EY, Oliver Wyman, Mazars to build EMEA insurance consultancy

London-based team seeks to offer “cross service” independent expertise


Europe's IFRS 17 advisor appoints new chiefs

Chiara Del Prete and Saskia Slomp replace Andrew Watchman from April


Monelle takes over as acting CRO at Canopius

Head of risk steps up to group position


Economic capital: the solution to two big insurance problems

Using economic capital metrics makes for better business decisions and improves the wider understanding of profitability in the insurance sector. The opportunity is not to be missed, argue Gez Llanaj and Assad Shah


ERM is 'misunderstood and under-utilised' in insurance

'A strong Solvency II ratio is not a guarantor of a successful insurance company', says report


Mazars and UBPartner to help Nestlé with Solvency II reporting

Food giant's insurance firm gets help for XBRL reporting


Data is the key to Solvency II USPs

The use of undertaking specific parameters can significantly reduce Solvency II capital requirements, so long as insurers can produce high quality data, say Dale Lee and Claire Briggs


Catastrophe models - is one ever enough?

Finding the right balance between sharing resources related to natural catastrophes and competing over such information continues to be a sticky issue for the Lloyd's market, according to Michael Tripp