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IDA Ireland sees end to Brexit licence rules divergence

29 June 2017

The international financial services head of Ireland's investment and development agency expects a reduction in "inconsistencies" between EU watchdogs assessing licence applications from Brexit migrants, after a central regulator issued guidelinesRead more

Regulators must coordinate on Brexit: ABI panellists

27 June 2017

European insurance regulators need to respect each other's oversight, at least for a transitional period, to prevent Brexit from jeopardising financial stability, panellists at an Association of British Insurers (ABI) conference saidRead more

City minister hints at significant Ogden row-back

27 June 2017

UK City minister Stephen Barclay today gave insurers increased hope of a favourable change to the Ogden rate just months after it was slashed, after describing the existing mechanism as "outdated"Read more

Illinois poised to create workers’ comp fund

27 June 2017

Illinois, a state with $11bn in unpaid bills, may be on the verge of creating the first state-financed workers' compensation insurance system to be set up in decadesRead more

Argentine reinsurance market reopens at 1.7

27 June 2017

Argentina's Superintendent of Insurance Juan Pazo has detailed plans to reopen his country's market to foreign-owned admitted reinsurers at the 1 July renewalsRead more

If it is broke, fix it

27 June 2017

It turns out that markets aren't broken after allRead more

Lloyd’s expands oversight and targets expense reduction

26 June 2017

Lloyd's CEO Inga Beale has signalled that the Corporation will shift its syndicate oversight activity to focus on all elements of the combined ratio, as she targets 10% job cutsRead more

NZ government lifts earthquake coverage

26 June 2017

New Zealand's Earthquake Commission (EQC) will expand its cover for residential buildings damage by 50 percent under upcoming reforms to the regime for the country's public disaster insuranceRead more

Opinion: Motor mood music

26 June 2017

The Queen's Speech last Wednesday (21 June) rekindled optimism among bruised (re)insurers that reforms to cut spiralling compensation costs are in reachRead more

Malaysia enforces local ownership rules for insurers: report

23 June 2017

Malaysia's central bank has reportedly asked foreign insurers to ensure that at least 30 percent of their Malaysian units are owned by domestic shareholdersRead more

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