05 December 2018
International Insurance Supervision
Hear from EIOPA, the Bank of England, the Central Bank of Ireland and BaFin on a Risk-Based System to Achieve Supervisory Convergence, and Gain Industry Approaches to tackling Emerging Risks
A one-day forum featuring key regulatory and industry discussions of the latest trends in risk-based supervision, and the drive towards regulatory convergence
Regulatory and industry speakers confirmed
A look at the agenda...
Understand EIOPA's Initative to Achieve Supervisory Convergence
Patrick Hoedjes, Head of Oversight Department at EIOPA will be joining to explain key priorities over the next few years and the drive for supervisory convergence between insurance authorities.
Bank of England's Framework for Addressing Insurance Risks
Hear from Gareth Truran, Head of London Market Supervision, Insurance Directorate at the Bank of England on how the UK will follow the debate, and the current approaches to ensuring harmonisation across authorities.
Central Bank of Ireland on the Drive for Regulatory Convergence
Hear from Sylvia Cronin, Director of Insurance Supervision at the Central Bank of Ireland on the drive to supervisory convergence and key risk considerations when working towards this framework.
Hear from BaFin on Short-Mid Term Regulatory Priorities
Axel Oster, Director-General of Group Supervision at BaFin will be giving an overview of key regulatory considerations over the next few years, and how BaFin will follow the debate on regulatory convergence.
Hear from Leading Insurance Firms Across Two Round Tables
Understand how insurers such as Scor, Zurich, NN Group, Markel International, Barbican and others see emerging risks in the insurance sector, and the business impact of regulatory convergence.
Industry Case Study on Adapting to a Risk-Based Supervisory Approach
Take away best practice insights from Liyi Lin, Principal Model Validator at NN Group on how a cross-border functioning insurance firm develops a model-risk framework for a risk-based regulatory approach.