Accounting implications of Covid-19 for insurers

KPMG's Joachim K├Âlschbach suggests actions for companies to take


What Solvency II reports need to say about the coronavirus

European supervisors have relaxed the Solvency II reporting deadlines, but in return insurers have been asked to include analysis of the Covid-19 impacts on their business. David Walker reports on what those discussions might entail


Chinese go on $13bn health insurance buying spree in January

Take-up in the month exceeded one-quarter of recent annual demand


Chesnara postpones 2019 results release

The UK life and pensions provider stresses it is operationally resilient


Covid-19 prompts one-off Tryg dividend change

Danish insurer reported DKK 1.1bn investment losses in Q1


Lloyd's plays down volume decline and operational fears

Covid-19 has caused the closure of the Lloyd's underwriting room


New China Life sees major opportunity in risk-aware middle classes

But coronavirus knocks face-to-face sales in Q1 2020


China Life surprises itself with 400% leap in net profits

Country's largest life underwriter warns Covid-19 spells "increased uncertainty"


Gjensidige halts special dividend as precaution against economic crisis

Coronavirus pandemic has hit the Norwegian insurer's solvency capital position