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Events programme addresses CIO concerns

It's been a month now since Russia attacked Ukraine. This week, for the first time since the invasion, the headlines changed from covering that to debating the Chancellor's spring statement and the cost of living crisis for UK households. That twin tension is also playing out in many other countries around the world. Join the Insurance Investment Exchange at a series of events offering CIOs fresh insights into these issues.

Growing Irish sector faces familiar challenges

The Irish asset management community has steadily expanded since Brexit with Dublin now home to 17 of the top 20 global asset managers, taking advantage of access to the EU-wide marketing passport for a range of products.

Ratings agencies hold their nerve on Ukraine

Leading ratings agencies have moved quickly to publish reassuring assessments of the implications of the war in Ukraine on the insurance industry.

Battle lines drawn over Solvency reforms

Just hours after Bank of England executive director Vicky Saporta warned MPs on the Treasury Select Committee of the dangers of weakening regulation in pursuit of competitiveness, City Minister John Glen stood up at the Association of British Insurers annual dinner and outlined plans to slash bureaucracy and relax regulation in a move the Treasury says will unlock growth and unleash investment in UK infrastructure.

EU disappoints on green taxonomy

The future of the European Union’s green taxonomy is back in the melting pot as a fresh stand-off between the European Commission and European Parliament threatens to derail the already delayed policy.

Asset bubble fears surface in World Economic Forum report

The 17th Global Risks Report produced for the World Economic Forum has highlighted fears among political and business leaders around the world that the next two years will see a heightened risk of a major asset bubble burst, writes David Worsfold, contributing editor.

 

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