Ideas for Reform

Stein, Robert
October 2009
Best's Review;Oct2009, Vol. 110 Issue 6, p120
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need for the insurance industry to make reforms that are necessary for improving and enhancing the regulatory system in the U.S. The author offers several of his personal solutions to improve regulation, including embracing the Solvency II's focus on risk assessment and expanding and adopting a consolidated regulatory model. He relates the implication of the white paper submitted by U.S. President Barack Obama concerning the financial services reform.


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