Solvency II should go global, says the PRA's Kathryn Morgan

Kathryn Morgan of the UK's Prudential Regulation Authority is such a big fan of Solvency II that she would roll it out across the globe if she could. She also uses an ORSA in her personal life. She explains her enthusiasm for the planned regime in this interview with InsuranceERM


PRA's Bailey: "We have a good way to go to make Solvency II manageable"

Speech to ABI conference defends use of early warning indicators


Low interest rates challenge regulators as well as insurers

Current economic policies are creating market distortions that insurers and their regulators should tackle sooner rather than later, says Daniel Hofmann, advisor to the chairman of Zurich Insurance Group


Groupe Consultatif appoints CEO

Dutchman Ad Kok takes new role


Shaun Wang joins Geneva Association

Former GSU professor to head think-tank's research


XL Group's McGavick to chair Geneva Association

Nikolaus von Bomhard steps down after reaching four-year limit


Eiopa wants more power and independence

Authority should receive its own budget line in the general EU budget


ABI extends UK flood deal

After failing to agree risk pool solution with government


Eiopa calls for stakeholder group members

Applicants for re/insurance and pensions groups wanted by 23 June


Munich Re agrees $500m cat bond deal

Deal transfers North Carolina tropical cyclone risk to capital markets