The Aréas Assurances Group represents the seventh largest network of insurance agents in France, with a strong presence throughout the country. This case study sheds light on how Aréas modernised the management of its regulatory obligations by automating its Solvency II reporting.
Insurance premium tax (IPT) is complex. For insurers, keeping up with changing rates, rules and regulations can be challenging especially when writing across multiple territories. Designed for insurers, this guide provides everything you need to know about the IPT regulatory landscape.
This e-book serves as an expert guide to the evolving global insurance premium tax landscape, offering critical insights into the digitalisation of tax and what it means for insurers. Topics covered: IPT compliance; the outlook for captive insurers; the boom in insurtechs; digital transformation.
Following the country’s success in addressing its past regulatory failures and setting out its stall as a well-regulated domicile for firms needing to service European Union clients, Ireland’s insurance market exudes a cautious optimism about its future. Read this article to find out more.
Due to go live on 1st January 2023, IFRS 17 represents the biggest change in insurance accounting in recent years. This content highlights how insurers can overcome the challenges posed by cash flow matching, the benefits of automation and top tips to achieve compliance.
As the Irish broking market steadies itself after the buffeting from the swirling winds of Brexit and Covid it faces a fresh challenge: consolidation. This article focuses on how Ireland's broker market is developing and how consolidation is impacting the market.
The UK insurance industry is on the verge of a ‘big bang’. Post-Brexit deregulation and digital transformation are reducing red tape, while unblocking innovation and investment. This blog highlights why creating a smarter insurance industry also depends on a parallel revolution in the back-office.
As insurance looks back on a difficult period for customers, for tackling insurance fraud and for claims – it’s important to come together as a community and respond with solutions in the industry. The blog highlights how the insurance industry can overcome consumer cynicism to help tackle fraud.
There would be serious consequences for the insurance market if escalation of tensions between the major western democracies and China arose. This article explores why insurance companies are burying their heads in the sand about the issue, rather than preparing for risks.
This article looks a little deeper into the announcement in February 2021 by the Transport Secretary of the government’s “plan to scrap EU law, ensuring British drivers avoid £50 a year insurance hike” and discusses what this might mean in practice.