Benchmark OTC curves 'will help insurers calculate risk data for market risk models'
Insurers need to overhaul their approach to dealing with the flow of data within their organisations, if they are to comply with all of the requirements of Solvency II, not just Pillar I. Clive Davidson...
And Danish regulator says there has been too much focus on Solvency II’s capital requirements
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The European Parliament is proposing changing many delegated acts into regulatory standards potentially moving considerable power to Eiopa - and prompting the commission to take legal advice. Thomas Whittaker examines the implications
Insurers must supply information on third-party models in support of their internal model application
Life & Pension Risk and webinar sponsor BNY Mellon Asset Servicing convened industry leaders to discuss the issue of data management in the wake of looming Solvency II deadlines and tight timeframes in which to repeat processes. Among the topics covered,...
Another month, another delay to Solvency II. This time the focus is the date by which member states must transpose the directive into national law. The European Commission is looking to postpone the transposition date by six months to June 30, 2013 as...
Firms could be ejected from internal model application process if they do not improve, says regulator
Michael Faulkner talks to Ann Muldoon, Solvency II programme director at Friends Life, about how the insurer is progressing with its Solvency II implementation programme
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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