Vertical Tabs HomeEvent detailshosted by CovéaFranceTuesday, 4 December 2018 RLF.png amice.png Revisiting insurance regulation and supervision: Is there an optimal model? The stakeholders' views Discussions will address the differences in insurance regulation and supervision which still exist in spite of the G20 mandate that the IAIS should propose global prudential and financial conduct requirements. Topics will also include the importance of maintaining a diverse global insurance sector and the need for an alleviation of regulatory requirements; an evaluation of the prudential regime Solvency II in Europe and beyond; IFRS 17 (accounting principle for insurance contracts); emerging risks and ‘new’, undocumented risks, such as the care dependency risk. There will also be feedback from the G20 insurance meetings. The event will be conducted in English with French interpretation depending on demand. Please note that delegates are required to make their own hotel reservation. For more information please contact Catherine Hock. Image used courtesy of Poly. AgendaRevisiting Insurance Regulation and Supervision: is there an optimal model: the stakeholders' views 8.30 Registration and welcome coffee 9.00 Welcome and opening address Thierry Derez, CEO Groupe Covéa 9.15 Keynote address Denis Beau, Deputy Governor, French Central Bank 9.45 Thierry Beaudet, President, Fédération Nationale de la Mutualité française 10.00 – 11.00 INTERNATIONAL REGULATION From US to Asia, via Latin America and Europe: : is a global model the best solution? Will a global playing field in sight? Introductory film with ICMIF/AMICE members’ views Panel Coffee Break 11.30-13.00 EUROPEAN REGULATION The strengths and shortcomings of Solvency II in Europe Introduction Panel Lunch break 14.00-16.45 INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES From climate change to cyber risk, including long term care, should new emerging risks be treated equally on a global scale? Introduction Panel 16.45 Concluding remarks Grzegorz Buczkowski, AMICE Chair Register register.png Please click here to register for the event. For any queries please contact the ICMIF Events team.