Quarterly insights for the UK insurance & financial services market
Current issues in insurance & financial services - Autumn 2019
11 Nov 2019
In this edition of current issues in insurance & financial services, we bring you the latest insights into the UK insurance & financial services market including:
Protecting generation rent;
The flu virus, and its link to winter deaths;
Spotlight on the new PLSA's Retirement Living Standards and whether targets are the missing link for DC engagement;
Investing in accordance with the Prudent Person Principle;
The latest from the PRA on equity release mortgages; and
The PRA's recent Consultation Paper on real estate loans and internal ratings for illiquid assets.
Protecting generation rent
Our latest research looks at how the protection insurance industry should respond to the changing dynamics of the UK housing market.
VitaMins Health: Getting clued up on flu
In this edition of VitaMins Health, we explore the subject of the flu virus, and its correlation to excess winter deaths.
Webinar briefing: Are targets the missing link for DC members?
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) recently announced their Retirement Living Standards set of targets. Watch our webinar briefing to learn about the targets and the benefits they could bring.
Solvency II newsflash: Prudent Person Principle
We take a look at proposed expectations for how insurers can demonstrate that they satisfy the Prudent Person Principle, as set out by the PRA in its Consultation Paper (CP22/19).
Solvency II newsflash: PRA updates supervisory statement on equity release mortgages
This newsflash summarises the PRA's latest policy statement on equity release mortgages (PS19/19), which made further changes to SS3/17.
Solvency II newsflash: PRA issues Consultation Paper on real estate loans and internal ratings
Insurers' investment in illiquid assets continues to attract attention from the regulator. We look at the Consultation Paper (CP23/19) published recently by the PRA, which sets out expectations of firms in relation to investments in real estate loans and internal ratings for illiquid assets.