The UK’s insurance industry is to push for changes to the Solvency II capital rules following Brexit.
The Association of British Insurers has called for a regulatory environment that is “appropriate for the UK market”
Insurance companies across Europe, particularly small to mid-sized players, are to push in the direction of increased outsourcing, a leading insurance expert has said
A refinement of the current governance structure of EIOPA is necessary to enable the body to fulfil its supervisory convergence mandate of the insurance and pensions landscape
The number of insurers looking to increase allocations to private market assets including direct mortgage lending, commercial real estate equity and private equity is on the rise
Insurance companies should turn their heads towards EM corporate debt as it is supported by sustainable EM growth and is attractive under the solvency capital requirement framework
The Actuarial Association of Europe has announced today that Kristoffer Bork has been elected as the new Chairperson of the AAE for the year to September 2017