Justice Committee's Ogden advice raises fear of further delay

MPs have told the government it must face the "real world" when implementing the new personal injury discount rate. But its recommendations may cause more delay to the process, and pain for insurers as the industry tussles with making appropriate assumptions. Paul Walsh reports


Lloyd's calls on insurers to address climate change

Impacts of climate change "absolutely not in dispute" says Lloyd's COO


Brexit weighs on UK insurers' optimism

Life insurers are not experiencing the same Brexit fears as the rest of the industry, survey finds


UK government proposes higher Ogden rate

Promises relief for insurers and motor insurance buyers


PRA finalises guidance on cyber underwriting risk management

Risk management and underwriting functions should play key role


UK industry welcomes action on whiplash claims but urges same for Ogden

Queen's speech sets out plan to tackle rising motor injury claims


The 'winners' and losers from the Ogden rate change

Insurers with lower retention rates increased their motor market share in Q1 as others were forced to raise prices faster. They are, however, likely to be hit harder during their reinsurance renewals, and the profits lost across the entire sector could reach £3.5bn. Callum Tanner reports


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

Finding comes as consultants examine national industries


Aegon Life goes the extra mile in SFCR transparency on risk

Europe's insurers take various approaches to detail and tone of Pillar III reports


German insurers' market risk revealed in SFCRs

Average solvency ratio of 10 firms more than halved once transitional and VA removed