This report analyses the increasingly wide range of insurance-related regulatory drivers. Initiatives such as systemic risk, the IAIS Insurance Core Principles (ICPs) and the European Union's Solvency II Directive remain a key focus for many insurers and regulators. Increasingly, as more jurisdictions begin to implement the ICPs, assessing how best to accommodate multi-jurisdictional compliance and reporting requirements becomes a growing strategic challenge.
The ongoing regulatory change agenda, the renewed need for increased growth, profitability, capital returns and cost reductions remain central themes for the industry. We believe insurers who manage these challenges with an eye on creating positive value for enhanced performance will be best positioned for success.
- group supervision – developments for insurers
- international developments and evolving supervisory structures
- latest developments in insurance-related enterprise risk management
- slow but continued progress towards one global insurance accounting standard
- reducing systemic risk within the insurance sector
- the conduct agenda.
In addition, integrated into the publication are specific insights into the regulatory developments in Europe, Middle East and Africa, the Americas and Asia Pacific.