QUARTERLY INSIGHTS FOR THE UK INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES MARKET
Current issues in insurance & financial services – Spring 2021
28 Apr 2021
In this edition of Current issues in insurance & financial services, we bring you the latest insights into the UK insurance & financial services market including:
- The latest version of the CMI model;
- Insurers and climate change;
- 2020 Year-end disclosures;
- What expectations consumers have around their finances, and;
- The UK government's consultation on mandatory TCFD disclosures.
CMI 2020 and the latest longevity trends
The new version of the CMI model (CMI_2020) was published in March 2021. We take a look at the headline results of the model, and consider how the new functionality that has been added may be used to update longevity projections in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Insurers in the fight against climate change
What can insurers do in the fight against climate change? In this article, we look at what progress and commitments have already been made by insurers, and consider what action we can expect to happen in the near future.
2020 Year-end disclosures
In this blog, we take a look at insurers’ 2020 Annual Reports and solvency coverage ratios along with the main drivers behind changes from last year.
With greater choice comes greater responsibility
With increased choices to be made at retirement, what expectations do consumers have around their finances? Read our blog to find out about the results from a survey we conducted on over 1,500 customers aged 50-65.
The UK government's consultation on mandatory TCFD disclosures
In late March, the UK government issued a consultation on proposals to make climate-related financial disclosures mandatory for many large companies. In this newsflash, we look at who the consultation is for, what TCFD is and what it recommends and the proposed disclosure requirements.