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Ireland drafts insurance legislation for a no-deal Brexit

It involves a three-year run-off regime for UK insurers

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Eiopa seeks views on integrating sustainable risks in Solvency II

Feedback sought on how climate change affects underwriting and investments

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Ivass head signals Eiopa "openness" to volatility adjustment change

Salvatore Rossi maintains momentum for VA amendment

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Concerns raised about IAIS paper on insurers' recovery planning

GFIA welcomes elements of the paper, but is also critical

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Capital models: run, review, repeat

Recent surveys by consultancies Willis Towers Watson and PwC have revealed how UK life insurers have revised their approach to capital modelling. Christopher Cundy reports on some of the highlights

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Econ approves amendments to Eiopa's powers

European Parliament's finance committee paves way for Eiopa to have say on internal models

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"Do not wait until new regulation is introduced"

Karel Van Hulle urges insurers to think ahead – and think inventively – if they wish to have a sustainable future. Waiting for regulators to act is not the answer

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BaFin sets out 2019 insurance supervisory agenda

German regulator’s areas of focus mix regulation, investment, and technical issues in Solvency II

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Danish regulator demands valuation insights from life insurers

Finanstilsynet wants feedback from life industry by July

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Solvency II: what reforms can we expect?

Christopher Cundy examines what will change with the two scheduled reviews of Solvency II and the other issues set to influence the EU's landmark insurance legislation