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Solvency II: What You Need to Know as Effectiveness Nears

United Kingdom, European Union - December 17 2015 Solvency IIthe long-awaited new regulatory regime for European insurers finally becomes effective on January 1, 2016. It is proving to have as...

Nicholas F. Potter, Eric R. Dinallo, Thomas M. Kelly, Ethan T. James, Alexander R. Cochran.


IAIS consults on G-SIIs and NTNI: are G-SIIs Sellers of non-core and NTNI business units?

Global - December 3 2015 On November 25, 2015, the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (“IAIS”) began two public consultations: the first on proposed updates...

Nicholas F. Potter, Eric R. Dinallo, Thomas M. Kelly, Ethan T. James, Alexander R. Cochran.


Solvency II equivalence decisions and U.S.-EU covered agreement

USA, Mexico, Australia, Switzerland, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, European Union, Japan - December 1 2015 On 26 November 2015, the European Commission adopted third-country equivalence decisions in respect of Bermuda and Japan under the European Solvency...

Nicholas F. Potter, Eric R. Dinallo, Thomas M. Kelly, Ethan T. James, Alexander R. Cochran.


Federal Reserve proposes total loss absorbing capacity requirement

USA - November 4 2015 On October 30, 2015, the Federal Reserve Board (the “FRB”) issued a proposed rule (the “Proposal”) designed to improve the resolvability and...

Gabriel W. Lezra, Paul M. Rodel, Paul L. Lee, Samuel E. Proctor, David L. Portilla.


Financial Stability Board publishes updated list of Global Systemically Important Insurers and Global Systemically Important Banks

Global - November 3 2015 On November 3, 2015 the Financial Stability Board (“FSB”) published an updated list of Global Systemically Important Insurers (“G-SIIs”) and Global...

John M. Vasily, Nicholas F. Potter, Eric R. Dinallo, Thomas M. Kelly, Ethan T. James.