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Six EEA insurers report sub-100% solvency ratios

Analysis by Insurance Risk Data shows UK, Czech, Irish, Cypriot and Danish firms fail requirements

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Solvency II standard formula reforms come into effect

Lower asset charges and simplifications for smaller insurers

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What's next for the MA and VA?

More than €100bn of capital relief is provided by Solvency II's matching and volatility adjustments, but they are far from uncontroversial. As the European Commission begins to consider reforms, Christopher Cundy reports on the problems and possible solutions

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IFRS 17 implementation perceived as more complex than Solvency II

Product pricing is expected to be most impacted by the standard

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Insurance Capital Standard poses questions for Solvency II risk margin calculation

Deloitte highlights differences in the ICS’s version of the risk margin and discount rate compared to Solvency II.

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Questioning the value of IFRS 17

Irish insurance chief risk officers have expressed scepticism about the benefits of IFRS 17 and fear the principles-based nature of the insurance accounting standard will hamper consistency. Ronan McCaughey explains

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'Uneven playing field' for Solvency II group supervision pinpointed

European Commission report identifies diverging implementations of group supervision

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Romania's insurance sector: motoring on

Motor business has dominated Romania's insurance market, but firms are taking steps to diversify their books, as well as cope with a raft of regulations and capitalise on new technology. Paul Walsh reports from Bucharest

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UK insurers want greater flexibility for IFRS 17 transition

Huw Evans outlines ABI’s initiatives

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PRA tells life actuaries: focus on model drift and proxy modelling

UK regulator outlines initiatives in the next 12 months