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Tax warning for insurers in Ireland

Insurers told to reduce their premiums if personal injury awards are cut

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IFoA denies chief's departure is linked to racism ruling

Derek Cribb to leave at the end of 2019 after a decade at helm of UK actuarial body

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"The mummy track or the director track?"

Steps to increase equality and diversity in the financial services industry are under way, but as witnesses at a recent UK parliamentary meeting observed, there is still much to be done. Paul Walsh reports

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Insurers gain little in ComFrame consultation response

IAIS does not yield to claims of prescriptive and burdensome framework for international insurers

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Geneva Association adds Chinese execs to board

Four new members are all prominent insurance leaders

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Institute and Faculty of Actuaries found guilty of race discrimination

British actuarial students were disadvantaged compared to Indian students, tribunal finds

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NAIC reiterates anti-ICS position

Cioppa defends US insurance regulatory system against untested Solvency II

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IFRS 17 treatment of investment return service likely to attract criticism

IASB answers Efrag's burning questions ahead of consultation

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NAIC forum: technology, data science and Brexit

The NAIC's international meeting this month proved a lively affair. Beyond the regulatory dissection, participants had a lot to say on issues ranging from technology to Brexit. Sarfraz Thind reports

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Setting the record straight on ICS 2.0

Paul Walsh speaks to Victoria Saporta, IAIS executive committee chair, to discuss the outlook for the global insurance capital standard (ICS)