July 2023 | ICIR

Christian Thimann opened the Digital Insurance Forum 2/23 with a brief overview of the EU’s plans to introduce comprehensive corporate sustainability reporting standards for 50,000 companies. The aim of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), based on the new Corporate Sustainability…

May 2023 | ICIR

ICIR Digital Insurance Forums 1/23 (Zusammenfassung)

Dozent: Dr. Kevin Bork, Leiter Recht & Compliance, Helvetia Versicherungen Deutschland

Special Advisor Drafting & Research, PRICL

April 2023 | ICIR

Senior representatives from European insurance supervisors, reinsurers, insurers, and academics met for a one-day Roundtable event at Goethe University in Frankfurt on February 16, 2023, to discuss insurance and regulation.

February 2023 | ICIR

On December 14-15 2022, the ICIR held a scientific conference on “The Private and Social Insurance Implications of Demographic Change” at Goethe University. The main idea of the conference is to bring together international scientific experts in the fields of insurance to discuss topics related to…

January 2023 | Alexander Ludwig

The starting point for today's considerations is the observed high inflation, the trend reversal in the key interest rates of all central banks over the past year, and the resulting increase in nominal current yields on 10-year government bonds with negative real yields at the same time. The key…

August 2022 | Stefan Walter

This blog post provides an overview of the scope and concept of the state capital reserve for civil servant pensions in Germany.

May 2022 | Daniel Harenberg and Alexander Ludwig

In one of his first speeches as president of Deutsche Bundesbank, Joachim Nagel tackled the hot topic in macroeconomics: what's the future of inflation? After explaining how the pandemic and the war in Ukraine will shape inflation in the coming quarters, he turned to the inflationary outlook in the…

May 2022 | Raphael Abiry, Marien Ferdinandusse, Alexander Ludwig and Carolin Nerlich


This paper examines whether central banks - a monetary authority - can effectively contribute to mitigate global warming through green quantitative easing, i.e. through a shift of a monetary authorities’ privately-issued financial asset holdings towards the green sector of the economy. As a…

May 2022 | Helmut Gründl

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