Experts from Chartis Research and Mazars have teamed up to explore how insurers are implementing enterprise risk management (ERM), and what’s required for a successful integration.
Helping insurance brokers understand their regulatory obligations in regard to appointed representatives.
Our team have experience of carrying out Delegated Authority reviews (Coverholder/TPA) in the UK, across the European Union, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Australia, Russia, South Africa, Chile, Argentina, Dubai, Canada and the USA. This brochure details our capabilities and profiles the members of our team.
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IFRS 4 Phase II – Potential impact for motor insurers
2015 is now well underway and we believe that for many this year is going to be an extremely challenging experience as preparations for Solvency II gather pace and significance and the requirements of Solvency I continue to be a regulatory necessity.
The first stage of the review is to be completed by Q1 2015 and the second stage by Q2 2015. Whilst the review is primarily targeted at internal model firms some of the larger standard formula firms will also be impacted.
Is your Pillar 3 programme aligned to the Solvency II timescale? There are now just 15 months remaining to 1 January 2016; the focus on Pillar 3 is increasing rapidly. Highlighted in this report are the key Pillar 3 timescale questions.
There are a number of potential tax incentives for intangibles in the insurance industry, as well as some risks where they are ignored. Are you making the most of what you already have?
The taxation of LLPs has gone through significant change, but LLPs are still relevant to the insurance sector and there are still opportunities for them to play an important role in the future.