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Solvency II's biggest unintended consequences

In part two of a Q&A to accompany the launch of his book on Solvency II, Karel Van Hulle discusses the impact of the directive, and how the insurance sector should prepare for sustainability, Brexit and new technologies

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Pension acquisitions boost Phoenix's profit

But Brexit uncertainties hit gross inflows, said the life and pensions consolidator

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Currency risk assessments spur insurers to change reporting currencies

Insurance Risk Data reveals three European firms have switched currencies in last three years

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Insurers hope Boris Johnson can complete "orderly" Brexit

ABI's Huw Evans reacts to Boris Johnson’s election as Conservative party leader

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M&A will remain critical growth strategy for many insurers

Insurers will also have to broaden their service offerings, says Deloitte

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What's next for the MA and VA?

More than €100bn of capital relief is provided by Solvency II's matching and volatility adjustments, but they are far from uncontroversial. As the European Commission begins to consider reforms, Christopher Cundy reports on the problems and possible solutions

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No-deal Brexit risks UK insurers' credit ratings

Growth prospects for life insurance sector stronger than for P&C, says S&P

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NAIC approves law on EU-US covered agreement

States receive go-ahead to implement pact designed to reduce reinsurer collateral

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UK insurers want greater flexibility for IFRS 17 transition

Huw Evans outlines ABI’s initiatives

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Ireland's insurers zero in on operational resilience

Operational resilience is fast becoming the watchword for Ireland's re/insurance market and the country's insurance regulator. Ronan McCaughey explains