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In our latest blog Jagdeep Singh Lall suggests practical approaches to meeting the feedback suggestions which category 5 insurers should consider when next reviewing their ORSA.
Scott Eason looks back on another Solvency II driven year and wonders if 2017 will be different.
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Keeping abreast of the latest regulatory developments can be challenging at the best of times. Our newsletter is here to help, drawing out the main points from some of the key regulatory publications over the period 01 July 2016 to 30 September 2016.
It may feel like there’s plenty of time before the Solvency and SFCR and RSR submission deadlines, but the scattered nature of the regulation and the high volume of information required make the task of preparing the reports far from trivial.
There has been much debate as to the role and responsibilities of the Solvency II Actuary and how actuarial departments should be structured. In the Autumn of 2015, we carried out a survey to see how UK insurers have addressed the challenges.
We are very pleased to welcome Jagdeep Lall to our growing general insurance team. Jagdeep joins us as a general insurance consultant and will be advising clients of all sizes on a range of actuarial issues, including the Solvency II regime.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of David Gulland and Tom Cannings to join our life insurance consulting team, as the firm continues to grow the breadth of life services we offer to insurance companies.
Our With Profits Survey 2015, has found that almost 40% (17) of mutual insurers’ with-profits funds outperformed all of the largest proprietary firms’ with-profits fund returns in 2014.