A recent study in the US by the Society of Actuaries and Ernst & Young has examined the effectiveness of a range of new liability modelling techniques. Clive Davidson reports on the results of the tests...
Volatility in the market means guarantees are getting more expensive. Blake Evans-Pritchard looks at whether companies will be able to continue to offer such products – and what this means for the consumer...
Key vote by European Parliament could be delayed further
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Three years after the Swiss Solvency Test became mandatory for all Swiss insurers, Life & Pension Risk looks at the impact of the regulation on the industry and discovers a number of lessons that Europe should learn. Thomas Whittaker reports
With the deepening crisis in the eurozone, emerging market debt is looking an ever more attractive investment. Blake Evans-Pritchard reports
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority’s (Eiopa) consultation on the directive governing occupational pensions has prompted fierce criticism from the UK pensions industry. The consultation on the Institutions for Occupational Retirement...
Insurance associations across Europe are planning to run their own impact studies on the current calibrations of Solvency II as they look to ramp up lobbying activity prior the rules being finalised. Trade bodies in the UK, Germany and Belgium, are...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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