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'Chief Actuary or not Chief Actuary?' - that is the question

Published by John Hoskin on

Since the publication of the draft EIOPA guidelines on the System of Governance back in June 2014, one question asked by many - or perhaps by a few, many times - has been: 'who will need to be notified to and approved by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) in respect of the actuarial function where the Solvency II actuarial function is outsourced?' 

We are aware that there is a degree of confusion within the industry at a time when many are reviewing the impact and implications of the Senior Insurance Managers Regime (SIMR), so we asked the PRA to provide clear guidance.

In the Briefing Note below we:

  • examine the rules and guidance
  • decipher the requirements
  • provide the official position of the PRA

Chief Actuary or not Chief Actuary?

About the author

  • John Hoskin

    John brings a breadth of both industry and consulting experience with particular expertise in relation to regulation and the management of unit-linked business including unit pricing.

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