65751

European carve out advocated for IFRS 17 annual cohorts

Spanish and Polish insurers call for changes to annual cohort requirement

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European Commission set to rule on IFRS 17 annual cohorts issue

Efrag fails to reach consensus on whether to endorse use of annual cohorts

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How insurance contracts can help the transition to net-zero

The Chancery Lane Project is launching an initiative to redesign insurance contracts so they can help combat climate change - and you can get involved. Christopher Cundy reports

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Shelby Weldon appointed as head of Biltir

Replaces Switzerland-based Ronnie Klein as association revamps to a local governance structure

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Scor declines to participate in ICS monitoring period

Thirty-nine insurers took part in the first year of the process, despite the pandemic

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UK insurers make marginal progress on gender balance at board level

CROs give their views on what's needed to achieve diversity

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Insurers improve climate response but need to look outwards, ClimateWise finds

Annual report on industry's climate change efforts shows good progress

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Bank of England ignites the debate on UK-EU Solvency II equivalence

The EU is in no rush to grant the UK reciprocal equivalence on Solvency II and has stirred anger by saying it wants to see how far the UK diverges before giving the green light. Paul Walsh assesses the state of play and whether there is any potential for a future agreement

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Is address-level pricing causing or solving natcat protection gaps?

Consumers in high-risk districts are facing unaffordable premiums for property cover - a situation that some blame on insurers' increasingly detailed pricing methods. But insurers argue that address-level pricing allows them to close protection gaps. David Walker reports

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Insurance protection gaps: getting over the blame game

Politicians and civil society tend to blame insurers for widening protection gaps. But insurers say governments and regulators must share responsibility. So what can be done to solve what all regard as a growing problem? Christopher Cundy reports from Eiopa's 10th anniversary conference