"Keep an eye on your parents' health," BaFin warns German insurers

No underwriter has fallen below 100% capital coverage in crisis yet, regulator says


UK regulators respond to parliament's Covid-19 insurance questions

The possibility of a pandemic risk pool, alleged unfair treatment to customers and the current solvency situation of insurers were among the topics that MPs posed to the UK's top regulators in a grilling at the Treasury Committee. Paul Walsh reports


Bond coupon deferrals unlikely to follow dividend scrapping

S&P says cancelling shareholder distributions not a pointer to capital weakness


FCA: 'No obligation' for insurers to pay Covid-19 business interruption claims

The UK conduct regulator sets out its position in a letter to insurance chief executives


Generali chief agrees 20% pay cut in light of Covid-19

Coronavirus also leads Generali to restructure its dividend programme


Generali Switzerland's three-phase approach to coping with Covid-19

Giselle Lim, chief risk officer at Generali Switzerland, describes how the insurer is responding to the operational, capital markets and communication challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic


Covid-19 to 'wipe out' insurers' short-term projections

Insurers are also advised to be aware of liquidity risk arising from the crisis


Karel Van Hulle: Supervisors should tell insurers to consider customer interests in dividend decisions

"Godfather of Solvency II" adds voice to dividend distribution debate


Achmea suspends dividends, awaits "more clarity" on pandemic

It follows the lead of ASR, NN Group and Aegon


Covid-19 turns insurance sector outlooks negative - UPDATED

InsuranceERM summarises the views of credit rating agencies for insurance sectors worldwide