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Solvency II – a guide to the legal process and next steps *

European Union, United Kingdom - February 18 2014
Last November's announcement that Omnibus II negotiations had, at last, come to an end means that insurers and reinsurers must now focus on what…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Geoffrey Maddock.


Retail products distribution payments under FCA spotlight: FCA finalised guidance on inducements & conflicts of interest *

United Kingdom - February 10 2014
The FCA has set an uncompromising compliance standard for what it sees as unacceptable payments from product providers to advisors in the retail…

Co-authors: Geoffrey Maddock, Patricia Horton, Clive Cunningham , Henrietta de Salis.


Solvency II trilogue discussions conclude – so what happens now? *

European Union - November 14 2013
Earlier today, it was announced that yesterday's trilogue discussions on the Omnibus II Directive (Omnibus II) had finished in agreement. The…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Geoffrey Maddock.


PRA proposes clampdown on solvent schemes *

United Kingdom - September 20 2013
The PRA has put down a clear marker that policyholder interests must come first when insurers are looking for ways to return capital to shareholders…

Co-authors: Christopher Foster, Barnaby Hinnigan, Geoffrey Maddock.


Solvency II – an object lesson in how not to make law? *

European Union, United Kingdom - May 28 2013
Andrew Tyrie MP (Chairman of the Treasury Committee) recently described Solvency II as "an object lesson in how not to make law". In similar vein…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Geoffrey Maddock.


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