On the 7 October 2015, the Central Bank published a policy notice outlining changes that will be made to the Fitness and Probity regime for all (re)insurers subject to Solvency II requirements. (Re)insurers must designate an individual to be responsible for key functions under Solvency II and (where required) submit Individual Questionnaires for approval in advance of 1 January 2016.  Prior to 1 January 2016, a new pre-approval controlled function (PCF) (Head of Actuarial Function) will be prescribed and the current roles of Chief Actuary and Signing Actuary will be removed from the list of PCFs. The Central Bank has also published a feedback statement on its recent consultation (CP92) on these issues.