• Insurers are not long-term investors in individual assets, Eiopa research finds

    17 December 2019

    The supervisory authority examined the asset illiquidity of EEA insurers

  • Spurring sustainable investments with capital charges

    19 September 2019

    The question of capital charges punishing ‘brown’ investments or incentivising ‘green’ investments has come to the fore. While regulators are asking for risk-based evidence, stakeholders are not all in agreement on how to proceed. Vincent Huck reports

  • Green bond strategies split French CIOs and CROs

    09 April 2019

    The difference in approach between insurers' risk and investment functions has been revealed at an event organised by the French institute of actuaries, in partnership with Schroders and Axa. This examined insurers' strategies to integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria. Vincent Huck reports

  • Insurance and Climate Risk EMEA: riding the sustainability wave

    18 January 2019

    A panel of five investment professionals share their thoughts on how to make the most out of sustainable investments and identify the challenges that lie ahead. Compiled by Adam Leach

  • Insurance & Climate Risk EMEA conference: It’s no longer about the obstacles but about the opportunities

    04 December 2018

    ESG investment needs to be more forward looking, panellists warn

  • Grey areas can’t be allowed to overshadow a green taxonomy

    26 November 2018

    EC must be careful that the proposed taxonomy does not leave assets that lose their greenness at risk, Scor head of investment warns