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Europe's insurers are becoming increasingly interested in infrastructure assets, but more action is required by policymakers to unlock future potential investment, according to a survey conducted by Insurance Europe


Insurance Europe is 'puzzled' by the long list of supervisory actions recommended by EIOPA arising from its latest stress test report


A 'double-hit' scenario across Europe is to have a negative impact worth €160bn on the undertakings balance-sheets of EU-wide insurers and for a 'low-for-long' scenario an impact of €100bn, according to EIOPA's latest insurance stress test report


IAME speaks to a number of insurance experts about the biggest issues facing insurance investment in 2017


Insurance regulators and supervisors must not forget the 'bread and butter' of their business roles amid Solvency II, the Central Bank of Ireland has warned


Protectionist policies against foreign reinsurers by jurisdictions can create concentration risks in their economies and restrict the development of their reinsurance markets, according to Insurance Europe, the European insurance and reinsurance federation


A Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton US election victory appears unlikely to remove the costly duplicative regulatory requirements that insurers face, when trading in both the EU and the US, Crowe Horwath partner Daniel Bruce has said


The insurance sector must act as an "island of stability in a sea of uncertainty" if it is to ride the low rate economic environment, industry leaders have stated.


Insurance companies are closer to the beginning of the ESG journey than the end but an accelerated move is occurring within this space, Standard Life Investments investment director for insurance solutions Bruce Porteous has said












































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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