Omnibus II agreement: are you ready for Solvency II?
“EY welcomes the successful conclusion of the Omnibus II Directive, which provides clarity over the long awaited Solvency II implementation timeline,” says Martin Bradley, Global Insurance Risk and Regulatory leader.
The final trialogue on the Omnibus II package delivers a provisional deal as agreement has been gained with Member States.
For more information and ways we can help, contact our Solvency II specialists.
In today’s low-yield environment, infrastructure investments can offer a way for insurers to achieve yields required to cover future liabilities and provide competitively priced products.
In Japan, where the size of the insurance market is considerable, regulators are encouraging insurers to expand their enterprise risk management (ERM) frameworks.
Our second report on risk-based capital and emerging regulation in the region now covers seven markets: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Uruguay.
Insurers need a holistic approach to model risk management, one that considers and mitigates the risks that can arise throughout the lifecycle of a model.
Our Global Finance, Risk and Actuarial Leader Martin Bradley discusses key issues affecting the insurance industry.
Reduced poverty, shrinking unemployment and other long-term trends in the region are boosting consumer desire for insurance products. What are the tax considerations for the region?
Our first publication for the European general insurance industry explores the issues affecting insurers in 2015 and examines the routes towards profitability.
For insurers in the Asia-Pacific region, emerging regulations will be a significant factor in managing systemic risk and enhancing policyholder protection.
What factors have led the sector to consider commercial real estate debt as an investment option? And what are the prospects for this alternative strategy?
In our annual survey of chief risk officers, we highlight the ongoing evolution of the role and confirm the increasing impacts of recent regulatory changes.
With the Solvency II deadline approaching, European insurers are working toward compliance. See which countries are making solid progress.
Read the key considerations and implementation issues that insurers and reinsurers need to know before carrying out a detailed Quantitative Impact Study (QIS 1).
Webcast: preparing for Solvency II Pillar III(reply)
Join our upcoming webcast where we’ll explore the preparations needed to meet Solvency II requirements. To register for this event, click here.
European insurers and renewable energy assets
Matching adjustment for equity release assets
Analysis of the Omnibus II agreement and EIOPA’s final preparatory guidelines
An in-depth conversation about Solvency II
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
LTGA: EIOPA's findings and recommendations (June 2013)
Enterprise risk management (ERM) in Japan
Risk-based capital and governance in Latin America
Corporate agility for insurers
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