The Insurance Block Exemption Regulation is set to lapse on 31 March 2017, and the European Commission is not looking for a replacement. What will this mean for cooperation and competition? Download Post’s article to find out more.
In this document, Insurance Europe responds to the European Commission’s consultation on a proposed EU services passport for the single market. This response covers how an EU services passport would facilitate the provision of insurance for cross-border services and what role insurers would play.
Are you tackling the right issues with Solvency II? This whitepaper covers the rationale of Solvency II, why process management is key and the impact of operational risk.
Financial Institutions are subject to considerable legislation, however the Basel Committee on Bank Supervision resolved in the light of the credit crunch to publish in October 2010 their own principles for enhancing corporate governance.
An article previewing Solvency II's anticipated impact upon insurers conducting business in Europe. The article outlines the steps already taken by UK insurers to adapt, the possible implications for small insurers and international businesses, plus the anticipated information technology costs.
The New World for Insurance: Progress Report on Phase II, provides you with an overview and update on how far the Boards have progressed in addressing technical concerns. The publication also helps to inform you about what you should be doing now to prepare for these changes and what lies ahead.
Taking a fresh look at the various regulatory reform initiatives in the insurance sector, this report explores what the future regulatory landscape looks like, and what implications this has for insurance firms.
The New World for Insurance: Business perspectives on Phase II is based on discussions with key global insurance companies about the business issues for the insurance industry in transitioning to Phase II of the effort to move to a global insurance accounting standard.
There is an inescapable flow of new legal developments emerging from the UK and US governments, global bodies and the EU which potentially affect the real estate and funds sector. This briefing gives an overview of recent developments in the AIFM Directive, EMIR on OTC Derivatives and Solvency II.
Wragge & Co looks at some of the options to consider in preparing for the new regime.