Covid-19 claims fall short of forecasts... so far

Cintia Cheong investigates why claims related to the pandemic have failed to live up to forecasts in the early part of this year


Coronavirus: Chinese insurers face significant disruption risk

Moody's and S&P examine impact of outbreak on insurers


Solvency II ratios could tumble by 70pp in 2020 review

S&P analyses Eiopa's proposals in the upcoming review


Moody's affirms Brexit readiness, transitional deal or not

Rating agency ready for UK authorisation under new regime


Aegon issues first Solvency II-compliant debt

$800m of tier 2 notes listed in New York


Irma's Florida track a worry for ILS investors

Insurers are emphasising their resilience and readiness ahead of expected hit on Florida


Lloyd's closes £300m tier 2 bond

Final pricing: 10-year gilts plus 330 basis points


Insurers to increase financial leverage in 2017 say rating agencies

Deleveraging trend bottoming out amid continued low rates


Agenda 2017 part 1: Insurers prepare for another volatile year

Brexit, Solvency II look-through disclosures, SFCR reports, the Treasury Select Committee inquiry into Solvency II and the fallout from the Eiopa stress tests all present a daunting year ahead for insurance risk managers. Callum Tanner reports


Trio of German life insurers cut rates on policies

Allianz, Ergo and Axa take knife to policy guarantees amid ultra-low rates