• Service: Advisory, Risk Consulting, Financial Risk Management, Actuaries, Topics, Financial Services Regulation
  • Industry: Financial Services, Insurance
  • Type: Business and industry issue, Regulatory update
  • Date: 24/03/2014

Evolving Financial Services Regulation

Evolving Financial Services Regulation
This series discusses the regulatory challenges facing the financial services industry and provides insight on implications and issues to consider.

Evolving Insurance Regulation: The kaleidoscope of change 

There is little doubt that 2014 will continue with significant regulatory upheaval and considerable resulting strain on insurers. By being proactive and engaged in these fast-moving and important developments, insurers can nonetheless meet such challenges and stay ahead of the game.

The fourth edition in our global series on Evolving Insurance Regulation examines how regulatory change at a global and regional level is altering the face of regulation, and explores the implications insurers confront in responding to these developments.


The report also provides an analysis of regulatory activity in the Asia-Pacific region and in Australia.


The report discusses the:

  • growing role that new policy makers in insurance regulation
  • pressure to align insurance roles to the banking model
  • growing programs to assess supervisory compliance
  • growth of consumer protection laws,
  • latest insurance risk and IFRS accounting changes.

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