Winners of InsuranceERM Americas Awards 2020 unveiled

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


COMMENT: How much capital do pensions require?

The UK's proposed regime for pensions superfunds has reopened the debate around capital requirements for long-term products, argues Christopher Cundy


PRA: Insurers failing to embed climate risk management

Insurance models must be enhanced to factor in climate risk, the regulator said


Athene reinsures Jackson's $27.6bn annuity portfolio and invests in Prudential's US operation

The deal will give Athene 11.1% of Prudential plc's US business


Covid-19 brings systemic risk focus to actuarial work

The Joint Forum on Actuarial Regulation warns interconnectedness heightens the risk


Asset risk far greater than underwriting risk, say US CROs

Predictions of $30bn Covid-19 underwriting losses likely to be dwarfed by asset hit


How Covid-19 is changing the UK's prudential supervision

At a recent webinar organised by the Association of British Insurers, experts discussed what Covid-19 and Brexit might mean for the future direction of UK prudential regulation. Cintia Cheong reports


Hong Kong sales rose in Q1, though pandemic effects evident

Sales to mainland visitors suffer 27% quarterly drop


Profits at Australian insurers nosedive on Covid-19 and natcats

Q1 underwriting losses hits A$991m


PRA postpones UK insurance and climate stress tests

The regulator cited pressure on firms due to the Covid-19 pandemic