UK not the only loser from Brexit, say insurance regulators

UK and Irish regulators lay out priorities for 2019, with Brexit at top of the list


PRA and FCA confirm SMCR extension for insurers

The SMCR previously only applied to the banking sector


PRA provides more clarity on equity release mortgages

But UK regulator also makes important concessions in policy statement


Support for female actuarial mentoring scheme grows in second year

Programme aims to help retain female actuaries in the profession for longer


IFRS 17 proposed deferral may disrupt Australia's prudential frameworks integration plans

Apra updates plan to align AASB 17 with capital frameworks of life and general insurers and of private health insurers


Australia aims to raise health insurer capital requirements

Apra proposing to extend Lagic regime to private health insurers


PRA recommends Part VII insurance transfers hike

The PRA is proposing to replace the current ‘two-fee approach’


UK reacts angrily to Eiopa's Brexit preparedness warning - UPDATED

More than 100 UK and Gibraltar companies have no or insufficient contingency plans, says Eiopa


Australian regulator to sharpen cyber risk focus

Enforcement expected to be another area Apra will develop


Reports: UK-EU financial services deal edges closer

A tentative deal is reported to have been agreed