Nordic insurers and regulators emphasise the value of a harmonised approach to supervision across Europe
Pillar III reporting requirements are set to cause upheaval for European insurers as they are forced to reveal much more about their business – not just to stakeholders and regulators but also to each...
Firms need to engage with data providers well in advance of Solvency II implementation to ensure compliance by January 1, 2016
More Pillar iii articles
Insurers and asset managers warn of difficulties generating coherent data codes for alternative assets
Concerns national specific templates could lead to gold-plating and increased reporting burden
Solvency II is on its way to a rolling start after national supervisors pledged to adopt Eiopa’s interim guidelines as their own. Reporting requirements are the main concern for insurers, which are hastily rebooting their compliance programmes. But...
PRA claims it cannot offer advice until publication of Implementing Technical Standards
Proportionality concerns remain as narrative reporting to be included in UK preparatory phase
As insurers begin to conduct dry runs of their reporting schedules in preparation for the various conflicting regulations coming into force, it is becoming clear just how difficult compliance is going to be. Clive Davidson reports
Eiopa says measures will help supervisors and insurers prepare for Solvency II
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.
Hong Kong, 1st - 31st Dec 2014
UK, 18th Mar 2015
Australia, 12th - 13th Aug 2014
Australia, 14th Aug 2014
USA, 20th - 21st Aug 2014