Solvency II Focus - Lessons from Europe: Implementing a risk-based regime

Burmeister, Curt; Barrie, Andrew
May 2011
Asia Insurance Review;May2011, p15
Trade Publication
The article discusses the issues insurance companies of Asia need to look while implementing the Solvency II standard. It states that the senior management should have a vision about what it is trying to achieve and this depends on size and resources of firms. It mentions that the internal model of the regulation poses both cultural and technical challenges and so companies should find ways to address them. It highlights that firms need to decide how to implement Solvency II.


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