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Autonomous machine development "highly significant" for insurers, say CROs

CRO Forum report says automated machines pose new risks and uncertainties for insurers

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US flood insurance programme gets actuarial help

Milliman to provide modelling and pricing

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The rise and fall of valuation methodologies

The arrival of Solvency II and revised guidance on embedded value methodologies has led to changes in the financial metrics that European insurers report – and not all of them are welcome. David Walker reports

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One-in-three insurers plan IFRS 17 dry run in 2019

Start creating project teams and internal discussions this year, says Milliman

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SFCRs - the one-tonne paper chase by European insurers

Analysis of public Solvency II reports shows literally a tonne of information is now available to stakeholders. But who will use it? Do the reports satisfy stakeholders? And how might the reports evolve? David Walker reports

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SFCR analysis reveals one lone shortfall in Irish insurers' solvency ratios

Finding comes as consultants examine national industries

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IFRS 17 compliance: a task comparable with Solvency II?

IFRS 17 has been described as a "landmark shift" in insurer accounting and some are saying that implementation could require more work than was needed for Solvency II. InsuranceERM gets the lowdown from the industry on what it means for the sector

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Canada Life hires Milliman consultant as chief actuary

Chris Lewis returns to industry

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Telling the solvency story

The Solvency II solvency and financial condition report (SFCR) is causing consternation among insurers. How do participants balance the requirements of disclosure with confidentiality, or interpret this most loose fitting of regulatory diktats? With the first set of reports already published, the answer seems to be, not very happily. Sarfraz Thind reports

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Insurers tussle with Ogden rate assumptions

The UK government is due to announce a revision to the damages discount rate – at the same time as insurers are preparing their annual reports. Christopher Cundy reports