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Opinion: The NFIP bailout à la Trump

16 October 2017

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)'s pending $16bn bailout offers a prime example of the deep-seated rot that ultimately prompted disgusted American voters to elect Donald Trump as presidentRead more

LMA calls for clarity on Ogden review timing

13 October 2017

The Lloyd's Market Association (LMA) said the government should specify when changes to the Ogden discount rate will kick in after it concludes the regular reviews proposed under pending legislationRead more

UK ILS regulations expected to be approved by November

13 October 2017

The new London insurance-linked securities (ILS) legislation is expected to be approved by the end of the month, according to sister title Trading RiskRead more

Brexit contract, data issues on regulatory radar

10 October 2017

Contract continuity and data issues arising from Brexit are climbing up regulators' priority list even as doubt remains about any transition period after the UK leaves the EU in March 2019Read more

Opinion: Police permits

4 October 2017

Regtech. Not a superstar DJ or a character from a Martin Amis novel. But, if the hype is to be believed, the future solution to the financial sector's ever-expanding regulatory and compliance to-do listRead more

Pool Re revamps SME cover to increase penetration

3 October 2017

Pool Re has rejigged its reinsurance offer for its members to help close a protection gap for political violence cover among small and medium-sized enterprisesRead more

Opinion: Sayonara Sifi

3 October 2017

AIG has successfully removed the albatross from around its neck imposed by the Obama administration in 2013, after the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) voted to remove the global insurer from its "too big to fail" categoryRead more

Everest Re gains approval for Dublin EU hub

2 October 2017

Everest Re has secured in-principle regulatory approval for a Dublin-based subsidiary that will allow it to continue trading with the EU post-Brexit, the company said todayRead more

Scor progresses plans for Iranian XoL cover

2 October 2017

Negotiations between global reinsurer Scor and Iranian authorities appear to have taken a step forward, after Iran's insurance regulator hailed the "beneficial outcome" of recent conversationsRead more

AIG is no longer ‘too big to fail’ US regulators agree

29 September 2017

AIG slipped out from under the regulatory thumb imposed by the administration of former President Barack Obama today after the Financial Stability Oversight Council voted to remove the global insurer from the “too big to fail” categoryRead more

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