Posts Tagged ‘Regulatory’



October 25th, 2018

Maintaining Momentum - GC@BB Commentary

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  • Innovation key to London’s ILS success
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September 25th, 2018

Recent Thought Leadership From Guy Carpenter - Part I

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Here we present a recap of recent thought leadership from Guy Carpenter.

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September 10th, 2018

Maintaining Momentum - GC@MC Commentary

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  • Innovation key to London’s ILS success
  • Robust pipeline of new applications
  • Industry must work proactively with Prudential Regulatory Authority Continue reading…
July 17th, 2018

How to Turn Compliance Into a Competitive Advantage

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Regulatory technology, or regtech, has emerged as a cost-effective solution to help banks deal with the numerous and burdensome tasks required for compliance with regulations. Regtech also helps banks improve their bottom line by enabling them to more effectively manage risks and execute strategies that bring profitable growth.

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February 13th, 2018

Association of Financial Professionals/Marsh & McLennan Risk Survey Report: 2018

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Finance and treasury professionals are looking to adopt technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotic process automation, but few are prepared for the new business risks that may be associated with these technologies - especially cyber, business operations and regulatory risks.

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March 7th, 2017

Solvency II: Greater Risk-Driven Management: Part III: Risk Management and Risk Profile

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andrew-cox-95eagle_matthew-smeddy-vanbeneden-sm21 Andrew Cox, Managing Director; Matthew Eagle, Head of GC Analytics - International and Eddy Vanbeneden, Managing Director

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With the transition from Solvency I to Solvency II, insurers have to contend with a more complex and comprehensive risk management framework than just premiums and reserves. This new framework encompasses the full range of risks exposing a (re)insurance portfolio, including an examination of existing risk mitigation frameworks.

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March 6th, 2017

Solvency II: Greater Risk-Driven Management: Part II: Volatility

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andrew-cox-95eagle_matthew-smeddy-vanbeneden-sm21 Andrew Cox, Managing Director; Matthew Eagle, Head of GC Analytics - International and Eddy Vanbeneden, Managing Director

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Another shortcoming of a single ratio is that it provides no insight into the resilience of an entity’s capital position. This became relevant when market volatility spiked in the first quarter of 2016 and companies disclosed how much their Solvency II ratios fell in the period.

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March 2nd, 2017

Solvency II: Greater Risk-Driven Management: Part I

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andrew-cox-95eagle_matthew-smeddy-vanbeneden-sm21 Andrew Cox, Managing Director; Matthew Eagle, Head of GC Analytics - International and Eddy Vanbeneden, Managing Director

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On January 1, 2016, the Solvency II regulatory regime took effect. Some celebrated; others were weary from the months and years of preparation.

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February 21st, 2017

Solvency II Equivalence In The International (Re)insurance Landscape: Part III: The US and Solvency II Equivalency

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Separate but related negotiations continue between the EC, European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, and in the United States, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and the Federal Insurance Office (FIO).

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