Regulatory developments in the global insurance sector
Vol. 30: December 2022 to January 2023 (posted on 30 January 2023)
In the era of expanding globalisation, it is important for insurers need to be aware of regulatory developments not only in their home jurisdiction but also in other jurisdictions/regions.
Japan’s new insurance solvency regime
Provisional decisions on technical specifications (October 2022)
The Financial Services Agency of Japan (FSA) has been working on a new solvency regulation framework for insurers that has certain characteristics in common with the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS) that is under development by the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS).
Building a more sustainable insurance industry
How carriers can empower CSOs to tackle climate risk, diversity and inclusion, and governance transformation
It’s time for insurers to elevate the CSO role and empower sustainability leaders to drive ESG transformation on climate risk, diversity, and social equity.
The future of home and motor insurance
What do customers want?
This series of papers from the Institute of International Finance and Deloitte explores how financial services firms are implementing digital transformation. We look at the challenges, enablers and partnerships to capture more value from digital transformation and ensure success.
Building climate-resilient cities
Exploring the five lenses of climate action
Cities should take a multidimensional approach to climate change. Based on insights gleaned from our survey, we recommend that cities view climate action through five lenses: governance, innovation, risk reduction, operational sustainability, and climate equity.