Scor hit with an €80m loss in Q1

The Russia-Ukraine war and natural catastrophes contributed to the loss


Insurers happy with UK's Solvency II plans, but capital savings remain uncertain

The government has grabbed positive headlines with its proposals to reform Solvency II, but the industry is cautious about the how they will pan out. Cintia Cheong reports


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Russia grants its insurers capital requirement concessions

The Russian central bank has taken the decision as the Russia-Ukraine war continues


PIC's Giles Fairhead: traditional risks are colliding with global events

Paul Walsh sits down with PIC's CRO Giles Fairhead to reflect on today's heightened risk environment, the post-pandemic work culture and two crucial regulatory reforms for the UK's pension insurers


Swiss Re's innovative $1.15bn retrocession deal to bring capital benefits

Reinsurer secures of cover via a hybrid of bank finance and ILS


It's life Oliver, but not as we knew it

European life insurers' capital consumption used to give their CEOs indigestion. But the "capital-lite" diets of Allianz and others has transformed the business, as David Walker discovers


One-year time horizon for regulatory capital "a key risk", says Swiss regulator

Finma's finding arises from emerging and systemic risk analysis project


LV hails progress in addressing operational risks

The insurer updated the market as it released its 2021 annual results