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UK regulator approves Phoenix's internal model merger

Integration of Standard Life internal model brings solvency boost

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US state regulators accused of hampering private flood insurance

Milliman says the vast majority of flood risk in US is uninsured as climate change impact grows

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Milliman updates Solvency II compliance assessment tool

It incorporates new guidelines on recovery planning and ICT security

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US climate risk: towards global alignment?

The US response to climate change has been complicated by inconsistent disclosure, muddled models and divergent state standards. Now the federal government is beginning to act, is the country's insurance sector ready to step up? Sarfraz Thind reports

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InsuranceERM Americas Awards 2021: Winners in full

The 20 awards recognise the very best in insurance risk management serving the Americas

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"LDTI will drive income volatility"

Cintia Cheong talks to experts about why reforms to US insurance accounting standards will cause income volatility and whether adopting the standard early can bring any benefits

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Milliman chooses Dermot Corry as CEO

Dublin-based Corry will succeed Steve White as chief executive of Milliman's global enterprise

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US flood insurance has been "an abject failure"

Insurance state commissioners debate need for nationwide climate change policies

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Eiopa's discount curve smoothing will create volatility

Analysis by Milliman shows impact of the measure designed to reduce impact of Solvency II reform

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ICS capital calculations: onerous, uncertain, but growing in relevance

The global Insurance Capital Standard (ICS) requires yet more modelling work for insurers and some of its rules for calculating capital are vague. It's currently a low priority for insurers and investors, but UK firms in particular should watch closely. Christopher Cundy reports