This is Insurance Europe's annual Key Facts publication, which includes data on the European insurance industry for 2018. Topics covered: European insurance in the world; European premiums, claims and benefits paid; insurers’ investment portfolio; companies and employees; distribution channels.
Since the referendum on 23 June 2016, there has been a lot of uncertainty, but for the UK's insurance industry the shockwaves are likely to be felt for some time. In this whitepaper, Neil Clutterbuck, CUO at Allianz, considers the impact of Brexit upon the insurance industry.
Formal negotiations have begun to bring about the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. Our latest roundtable event heard businesses’ concerns over Brexit and offered helpful guidance. This article looks at what the roundtable revealed about how you can prepare for the potential impact of Brexit.
Bermuda is poised to receive European Parliament approval for Solvency II equivalence, will this boost the market’s potential on a global scale?
Liechtenstein has more companies than citizens, but are UK insurers keen to join its corporate club? Download Post's article to find out more.
The European insurance market has proven attractive to Asian investors in recent years, but is the trend likely to continue? Post's article sheds light on recent Asian investments in the European insurance market and highlights the factors shaping future investment trends.
With continued uncertainty over Solvency II, could more firms be tempted to follow the lead of Randall & Quilter and split their tax and regulatory domiciles? This article studies the pros of cons of domiciling in the UK or overseas.
The London market continues to remain attractive to new players. However there is some concern that its current tax regime may not only reduce the UK's attractiveness to new insurers, but drive out existing ones. This Lloyd's report provides a snapshot of the UK's economy and insurance market.
The arrangement and purchase of compliant insurance programmes remains difficult and complicated. This guide outlines the difficulties and consequences of non-compliance of multinational programmes, identifies the key issues to ensure compliance and provides a structured approach to achieving this.
The EU’s new regulatory framework will present compliance and strategic challenges for insurance companies worldwide. Is your organisation ready for Solvency II? Download this report to combat the impending regime by optimising resources and following ten steps for successful implementation.