CRO guide to Solvency II: October 2012

The Chief Risk Officer (CRO) is accountable for driving the success of an insurance company's journey towards Solvency II implementation. With responsibility across the three pillars, the role is crucial in shaping his or her business to be successful under the new regime. Further, the CRO connects and collaborates with the roles across an insurance company - from board to actuary or catastrophe modeller - that are involved in achieving and embedding regulatory compliance.

The guide aims to help chief risk officers maintain a competitive position and financial strength under the proposed regulation by providing practical advice on the journey to a successful implementation.