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Insurers downbeat on proposed Solvency II reforms

Eiopa has completed its first major review of Solvency II and, on the biggest issues, its proposals have not gone down well. Christopher Cundy reports


UK regulator sets expectations for insurers' risk and capital management

Most firms likely to meeting expectations already, says PRA


PRA to crack down on "undue capital relief" in Solvency II volatility adjustment

UK regulator concerned that VA is not being used for intended purpose


Economic resilience leaves Australia's general insurers in need of live local stress modelling data

Regulator says industry should draw on foreign experience to test robustness to disasters


UK insurers criticise regulator after parliamentary report on Solvency II

Trade body says PRA will have to go further in its proposed reforms


Treasury Committee finds fundamental discord between UK insurers and their regulator

Underwriters and supervisor “lack confidence” in each other, committee report says


UK insurers and analysts at loggerheads over importance of SFCR data

UK regulator publishes complaints and remedies for pillar 3 reporting


PRA to require semi-annual reporting of market risk sensitivity

Regulator warns new risks may need analysis as underwriters broaden investments


Underwriting of silent cyber risk set to evolve

Capsicum Re identifies three future scenarios for cyber insurance market


UK insurers play it cool on Part VII transfers

Brexit is expected to cause a rush of requests to transfer insurance contracts between businesses. But so far, there has not been a deluge of Part VII applications. Paul Walsh reports