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  • Banks’ loan loss provisioning could jump by half under IFRS 9
    Over half of banks surveyed believe the new IFRS 9 expected loss accounting rules - anticipated to be issued shortly by the IASB - will increase loan loss provisions by up to 50%, according to Deloitte.
  • Motor insurers set to raise premiums
    Car insurance premiums are likely to start rising over the next 12 months, according to Deloitte.
  • Investment rebate ban will intensify platforms’ price war
    Andrew Power, insurance partner at Deloitte, said:“Banning fund managers’ rebates on new investments at the end of April 2014 will intensify price competition between platforms.
  • Deloitte comments on plans to end active member discounts for pension schemes
    Ending active member discounts for pension schemes will benefit low-paid workers who change jobs frequently.
  • Pensions charge cap could stifle competition
    A charge cap on default funds can play a role in dealing with charges that are clearly extreme. However, the cap will only really affect very small or very old schemes.
  • Draft EC directive drops rules that would increase pension scheme deficits
    The European Commission has today published the draft new Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORP) Directive providing updated rules on operating pension schemes across the EU.
  • European Parliament clears the way for implementation of Solvency II rules
    The European Parliament has approved the Omnibus II Directive that completes the Solvency II Directive and finalises the new risk-based regulatory framework for insurers.   
  • 4th quarter weather damage claims in 2013 were worst for 10 years
    Deloitte comments on figures that show nearly 200,000* weather damage insurance claims for property were reported in the final quarter of 2013.
  • Deloitte comments on the US Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) vote to take a new course on insurance contracts
    The FASB’s decision to significantly reduce its plans on changing US insurance accounting standards was not unexpected.
  • Deloitte comments on UK floods
    If the accumulation of extreme weather claims extends into February the insurance industry could be facing a bill of at least £500m for the exceptional autumn and winter weather claims, matching the cost of the big freeze in 2010.
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