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Solvency II

Solvency II is the new solvency regime for all EU insurers and reinsurers, which also covers the insurance operation of bancassurers. Due to come into effect in 2012, Solvency II aims to implement solvency requirements that better reflect the risks that companies face and deliver a supervisory system that is consistent across all member states.

The challenge of preparing for and implementing Solvency II calls for a multi-disciplinary approach. At Deloitte, we are able to provide the required breadth of service expertise that ensures all aspects of Solvency II requirements and opportunities are considered and can support you through the entire process.

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  • The pillars
    The Solvency II regime has a three-pillar structure covering quantitative requirements, supervisory review and market disclosure. See the requirements for each pillar.
  • Anticipate Solvency
    Solvency II is a major and comprehensive reform for the insurance sector. It will have deep and long-lasting impacts on the way insurers look at risk.

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  • Solvency II – Own risk solvency assessment | Deloitte solution
    Our assistance ranges from full implementation of the various components of Pillar II to design of specific components, to a role of "ORSA coach".
  • Pathfinder - Deloitte monthly regulatory update - November 2013
    Alternative investment fund manager (AIFM). Insurance brokers.Key information documents for packaged retail investment products (PRIPs). Solvency II and Omnibus II Directives.
  • Pathfinder - Deloitte monthly regulatory update - December 2013
    Alternative investment fund managers. Capital requirement (CRD/CRR) and liquidity coverage ratio (LCR). Insurance intermediaries in handling complaints.

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