On 23 June, the British public will vote on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. With business sentiment still divided, this StrategicRISK News Analysis explores the quantifiable risks attached to either outcome.
This two page insight briefing outlines why motor consumers must be able to decide who can access their in-vehicle data, and for what purposes.
On 23rd June the British population will be given the opportunity to vote to remain or leave the European Community. This CII Thinkpiece provides views from the opposing campaigns of the EU referendum, Britain Stronger in Europe and Vote Leave.
This publication assesses indirect taxation on insurance contracts in Europe, with a full survey of rules, tariffs and regulations in European markets. It provides an overview of the taxes applicable to insurance premiums, as well as the various declaration and payment procedures in most states.
Insurance Europe has published a two page insight briefing paper on why the draft packaged retail and insurance-based investment products regulatory technical standards contain significant design faults, which - if not corrected - will result in consumers being misled.
Reading the press at the moment you’ll see that the outcome of the Brexit vote is predicted to affect everything from premiership football teams to the safety of pharmaceuticals. This article looks at the key issues from an insurance industry perspective.
Produced by Insurance Europe's Reinsurance Advisory Board, this paper focuses on the benefits of open reinsurance markets.
Published by Insurance Europe's Reinsurance Advisory Board, this report focuses on the use of internal models by reinsurers. Topics covered: history and experience of internal model use by reinsurers; benefits of using internal models for prudential purposes; the future for internal model use.
This paper highlights the key regulatory and market access issues that EU (re)insurance companies encounter in the United States, Brazil, Ecuador, India, Indonesia, China, Argentina and Russia. The paper highlights how existing trading relationships could be enhanced by the removal of barriers.
Aon's latest catastrophe report studies the economic impact of hurricane-force winds and flooding in northern Europe, thunderstorms and heavy rain in China, plus severe weather in the United States where insured losses totalled USD2.0 billion.