EIOPA publishes Bermuda progress on Solvency II

The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has recognised the progress...
MORE

ECIROA seeking EIOPA clarity on Solvency II third country equivalence

Guenter Droese, chairman of the European Captive Insurance and Reinsurance Owners’ Association...
MORE

S&P cast doubt over SII 2016 implementation

Global ratings agency, Standard & Poor (S&P), said it has doubts on...
MORE

EIOPA proposals will not resolve SII disputes

Solvency II proposals will offer no resolution to the long-running dispute between...
MORE

EU closer to Solvency II deal

The much anticipated Solvency II directive may be closer to a definite...
MORE

Bermuda’s equivalence ‘could be limited’

Bermuda will not have to apply the most stringent aspects of Solvency...
MORE

Non-life insurers will struggle says Fitch

Non-life insurers may fall short of Solvency II capital requirements Fitch ratings...
MORE

Bermuda receives final Solvency II reports

Bermuda has received the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority’s final reports...
MORE
Tax and legal commentators in America’s captive insurance industry are not getting much respite, with...
MORE
Captive Review reviews the test cases and pilots applying blockchain to captive and global insurance...
MORE
Reserve Mechanical Corp. f.k.a. Reserve Casualty Corp. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue (“Reserve”) was decided by...
MORE
Elizabeth A. Erickson, Kristen E. Hazel, Thomas M. Jones, of McDermott Will & Emery LLP,...
MORE
London-based Oliver Schofield, managing partner at risk and insurance consultancy RISCS, is an expert in...
MORE