Germany opens way for UK insurers to avoid Brexit turmoil

Draft legislation would allow UK financial firms to continue operating in Germany


UK not the only loser from Brexit, say insurance regulators

UK and Irish regulators lay out priorities for 2019, with Brexit at top of the list


US and UK broker post-Brexit re/insurance deal

The deal preserves the benefits of the existing EU-US covered agreement for UK firms


Fitch and think-tank warn UK insurers about no-deal Brexit

Systematic refusal of valid EU claims will trigger restricted default, Fitch warns


Eiopa's Gabriel Bernardino talks Brexit, Solvency II and sustainability

The chair of Europe's insurance authority was interviewed by Christopher Cundy at this week's Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA conference. In this Q&A he discusses priorities for the year ahead and how Eiopa's powers are likely to grow


US-EU covered agreement: a rocky road to implementation

US regulators have raised the ire of their European counterparts with their implementation of the covered agreement for reinsurance collateral negotiated last year. With no resolution in sight, states risk provoking a pre-emption of the law which could see the federal government taking control. US editor Sarfraz Thind reports


Insurers downbeat on draft Brexit agreement

ABI warns against the UK insurance sector becoming a rule-taker


PRA recommends Part VII insurance transfers hike

The PRA is proposing to replace the current ‘two-fee approach’


BaFin promises "sensible solutions" for post-Brexit business

German regulator makes wide-ranging speech on life sector


Lloyd's Brussels opens to prepare for Brexit

Lloyd’s Brussels is the insurance market’s first Europe-wide operation