New Zealand to review insurance solvency standards

Regulator blames troubled insurer CBL for not being transparent


Moody's: Insurers need to issue up to €29bn of RT1 debt

Moody’s rated insurers have issued €3.1bn of RT1 debt since 2017


The Fed and insurance rules: an eclectic fit

The US Federal Reserve created an advisory committee last month – and Manulife’s treasurer Halina von dem Hagen is joining it. She tells Sarfraz Thind about the key issues the market might want to consider right now, including mark-to-market regulation and systemic risk


Chinese life insurers face economic challenges

Moody’s said the challenges will include slowing economic growth and lower interest rates


ICS 2.0: comparability is the hot topic at IAIS Abu Dhabi meeting

A decision on comparability of solvency regimes at the International Association of Insurance Supervisors meeting next month will determine the future of the Insurance Capital Standard. Paul Walsh reports


Storebrand's capital release plans await clarity on Solvency II review

Optimisation of lapse risk reinsurance programme boosts solvency ratio


US insurance deal value hits $4.4bn in Q3

M&A activity remained strong with 132 deals closing in the quarter


Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA 2019 – early bird ends today

The seventh annual Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA conference returns to London on 2-3 December.


Argentina capital controls may pose regulatory barriers for insurers

Restrictions on foreign currency transactions have been imposed to stabilise reserves


AG2R La Mondiale raises RT1 debt at "lowest ever" rate

French insurer issues €500m of subordinated securities