The insurance sector is at risk of being further marginalised by investors as performance reporting becomes more complicated as a result of Solvency II, according to a report published jointly by Autonomous Research and Willis Towers Watson.
Based on the analysis of the reporting statements of 31 European insurers, the report finds Solvency II has forced apart the sector's accounting and solvency reporting, making it harder for investors to have a clear picture of how individual insurers are performing
Athene and a number of global institutional investors have committed a €2.2bn common equity investment to fund growth and sector consolidation in the German and broader European guaranteed life insurance market
An independent insurance expert is more integral to the insurance industry than a supervisory merger for all EU financial markets, German Insurance Association chief executive officer Jörg von Fürstenwerth has said
AXA Investment Managers has announced its intention to divest from companies that derive more than 50 per cent of their revenues from coal-related activities, effective 30 June 2017
Medium to small monoline insurers may well suffer from the PRA's 14 July deadline for firms to provide confirmation they have a 'worse-case scenario' plan for trading with the European Union post-Brexit
The PRA is asking the largest regulated general insurers to provide information about the impact of a range of stress tests on their projected own funds, as well as providing additional information on their sectoral exposures to the UK economy