Reinsurance Regulation

Adapting to Emerging Regulatory Frameworks in a Global Market

Thursday, June 19, 2008

About

The reinsurance industry has become a global marketplace and regulatory frameworks are beginning to reflect this fact. Insurance and reinsurance companies are going to be heavily impacted by new regulations in the coming years, whether they take the form of modified collateral requirements and the movement towards a unified regulatory system in the US, or the Reinsurance Directive and Solvency II in the EU. Further, in order to capitalize on new and vibrant reinsurance markets, it is imperative that reinsurance professionals have a thorough understanding of the emerging regulatory systems in Asia and Latin America.

This publication from ACI’s Advanced Forum on Reinsurance Regulation provides you with the expert insights and strategic advice that you need to navigate the hurdles and take advantage of the opportunities provided by these evolving regulatory regimes from our exceptional faculty, consisting of leading regulators, counsel, and private practice attorneys.

Contents & Contributors

About

The reinsurance industry has become a global marketplace and regulatory frameworks are beginning to reflect this fact. Insurance and reinsurance companies are going to be heavily impacted by new regulations in the coming years, whether they take the form of modified collateral requirements and the movement towards a unified regulatory system in the US, or the Reinsurance Directive and Solvency II in the EU. Further, in order to capitalize on new and vibrant reinsurance markets, it is imperative that reinsurance professionals have a thorough understanding of the emerging regulatory systems in Asia and Latin America.

This publication from ACI’s Advanced Forum on Reinsurance Regulation provides you with the expert insights and strategic advice that you need to navigate the hurdles and take advantage of the opportunities provided by these evolving regulatory regimes from our exceptional faculty, consisting of leading regulators, counsel, and private practice attorneys.

Contents & Contributors

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, RISK, AND CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN THE REINSURANCE INDUSTRY: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH
Daniela Weber-Rey, Clifford Chance LLP (Frankfurt, Germany)

OFAC UPDATE FOR REINSURERS: STRATEGIES FOR ENSURING COMPLIANCE
David J. Brummond, OFAC (Washington, DC)

REGULATION OF CAPTIVE REINSURANCE ENTITIES
Dana Wiele, RGA Reinsurance Company (St. Louis, MO)
John Rehagen, Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions
& Professional Registration (Jefferson City, MO)

BRIEF OVERVIEW OF CAPTIVE SOLUTIONS
John Rehagen, Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions & Professional Registration (Jefferson City, MO)

THE REINSURANCE DIRECTIVE AND SOLVENCY II: IMPACT OF THE EMERGING EU REGULATORY FRAMEWORK ON THE GLOBAL REINSURANCE INDUSTRY
Katherine Coates, Clifford Chance LLP (London, United Kingdom)

REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR CAPITAL MARKETS REINSURANCE INSTRUMENTS
Elliott M. Kroll, Herrick, Feinstein LLP (New York, NY)
David Luce, Lehman Brothers (New York, NY)



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