National association of insurance commissioners (naic)
US regulators are trying to patch up rules on captive insurers, but there is little consensus
EU to pursue covered agreement with FIO, bypassing state regulators
Head of op risk discusses concerns about the Orsa and third parties
This panel will discuss ways to allocate resources and minimize potential exposure with a set of analytical tools to assess, simulate and quantify operational risk capital to improve business efficiency and performance across the enterprise.
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States concerned over use of ‘deregulatory' valuation approach
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Post-crisis reforms take supervision to the wrong level
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Piecemeal reform of reinsurance laws continues to frustrate Lloyd’s market
Long-awaited report proposes reforms to US state and federal practices
New York commissioner publicly breaks ranks claiming new system will be ineffective
US state regulators warn of ‘two-tier’ system developing
FIO must not become an insurance regulator, says NAIC chief
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Fears that global cooperation and coordination initiative is evolving into strict regulatory regime
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