UK insurers to participate in climate stress tests in 2021

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has set deadline for UK financial institutions


Five insurers join UK climate risk forum

The forum aims to build capacity and share best practice across financial regulators and industry


RSA Insurance Ireland fined €3.5m for regulatory breaches

The insurer admitted three breaches in a Central Bank of Ireland investigation


Tier 1 debt issuance on cards as Solvency II grandfathering expires

Nearly €5bn of grandfathered debt due to expire before 2020


Insurers make 'short work' of SFCR internal model disclosures

David Walker compares how firms describe internal models in their solvency and financial condition reports and considers how the practice may evolve


RSA monitors TRG's debate on potential IFRS 17 deadline change

UK chief admits to a disappointing 2017 for UK operations, but Ireland regained profitability


More UK insurers sign up to gender diversity at top levels

Industry remains biased, despite benefits of having women as leaders


RSA used off-balance sheet deal to boost Irish subsidiary's solvency

Transaction had regulator's blessing, RSA Insurance Ireland DAC notes


The rise and fall of valuation methodologies

The arrival of Solvency II and revised guidance on embedded value methodologies has led to changes in the financial metrics that European insurers report – and not all of them are welcome. David Walker reports


RSA Ireland actuaries and CFO fined for misconduct

Follows accounting scandal revealed in 2013