Eiopa on IFRS 17: generally positive but with reservations

EU insurance authority shares opinion on accounting standard and its interaction with Solvency II


Loss-making Qudos suspends underwriting

Danish insurer stops writing new policies and plans to transfer loss-making business


German life book consolidation: cultural shift needed

Following the sale of Generali Leben to Viridium, the largest-ever transfer of a German life book, participants are hopeful it will convince doubtful minds and open the door to more deals. Christopher Cundy reports


ZZR reform to proceed this year, German insurers told

Government move to change stockpiling method welcomed by life underwriters


Swiss Re and RenRe predict Q3 nat cat losses

Losses mainly came from typhoon Jebi and hurricane Florence


Global insurers demand re-opening and delay to IFRS 17

Letter demonstrates importance and urgency to the matter, says Insurance Europe


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Talanx exceeds 2017 large loss budget on industrial lines

But German insurer expects “balanced underwriting result” for line in 2019


Allianz to transfer Dutch life portfolio to Benelux business

Allianz Benelux already holds the portfolio of the Dutch non-life business


Insurers push back choosing vendors for IFRS 17

While nearly half of Irish insurers take no steps to develop board's understanding of IFRS 17, says regulator