Published by : Norton Rose
Solvency II will radically change the supervision of insurers and reinsurers across Europe. Under Solvency II, existing insurance directives will be amended and recast into the new regime which introduces a consistent, risk-based, regime to better reflect modern solvency and reporting requirements. Issues covered include: - Background to Solvency II - How is Solvency II structured? - Timetable for the implementation of Solvency II - Where are we now? - Solvency II useful links To read on, click "View Briefing".
Published:26 May 2010
Business Area: Solvency II
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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