IFRS 17: UK insurers committed to 2023 implementation

Despite late-stage endorsement


ABI's Huw Evans to take up KPMG role

ABI and KPMG collaboration suspended to avoid potential conflict of interest


Fix timing and template issues for EU sustainability disclosures, urge insurers

Insurance Europe slams Esa's consultation on Taxonomy Regulation


European Commission, regulators and insurers clash over Solvency II review

DAV conference finds diverging opinions on underwriters' social role


ABI joins Principles for Sustainable Insurance

Move comes ahead of COP26 meeting in Glasgow


Focus on sector-wide vulnerabilities in macroprudential supervision, says GFIA

The global insurance body responds to IAIS consultation


IAIS ploughs on with allowing US capital metrics into ICS regime

No changes to draft definitions of comparability following a consultation


Herbert Schneidemann elected chair of the German Association of Actuaries

He plans to boost awareness of the actuarial profession


Can governments make a smooth exit from trade credit markets?

Credit and suretyship insurers received significant public support during the pandemic, but participants are now questioning how much longer it should continue, as ICISA chief Richard Wulff explains to David Walker


Transfer of market risk to individuals branded a "huge systemic failure"

John Taylor, IFoA past president, presents findings of Great Risk Transfer Campaign