• Open letter to IAIS calls for rule to exclude fossil fuel insurance investors

    31 October 2023

    Letter also calls global insurance climate regulations "patchy"

  • Asset risk now as much a focus of CROs' work as liability risk

    16 June 2023

    Interest rates and liquidity issues top of mind at IAIS meeting

  • HK think-tank proposes 'green' and infrastructure investment benefits

    17 April 2023

    HK Federation of Insurers' body responded to government report

  • IAIS publishes new liquidity metrics for global monitoring exercise

    22 November 2022

    Liquidity risk has been a growing concern as insurers ramp up illiquid assets

  • Not here to dictate on investments, US insurance commissioner says

    17 June 2022

    Inflation voted greatest threat to global insurer stability at IAIS meeting

  • Notes from a small island - on outsourcing by Bermuda's insurers

    16 December 2021

    David Walker tells the story of how Bermudian CIOs opened up to independent fund managers

  • Stress-tested: How COVID-19 put insurers' investments under pressure

    14 September 2020

    The impact of the pandemic on insurers' claims remains unknown, and estimates vary widely. However, market turbulence in H1 has clearly impacted the asset side of insurers' balance sheets. Already, though, underwriters are looking ahead and rethinking investment decisions and ensuring resilience. Vincent Huck surveys the damage done and the plans afoot

  • IAIS consult on capital treatment of infra and strategic equity investments

    08 September 2020

    As part of work on the Insurance Capital Standard

  • German insurers warn against ESG goals diluting Solvency II

    31 July 2018

    But trade body welcomes European Commission wishes for uniform ESG taxonomy

  • Insurers call for taxonomy of 'greenness' in investments

    27 July 2018

    Underwriters also say they want more sustainable investments