About this paper
For the last 30 years, insurance companies have been bombarded with new and increasingly diverse regulations, all designed to validate that insurers are financially stable. The largest transformation of European insurance legislation to date, Solvency II is meant to protect policyholders and minimize market disruption by setting stronger requirements for capital adequacy, risk management and disclosure.
Although it’s a long and difficult journey for many insurance companies, January 2016 shouldn’t represent the finish line; it’s just the beginning of a new risk management playbook. Learn about the essential steps that insurance companies need to complete to ensure Solvency II compliance – and beyond – with the ability to support enterprise risk management.