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Research | 20 May 2016
Views from the opposing campaigns of the EU referendum.
Technical articles | 11 Sep 2012
A briefing on the latest European financial regulation developments, particularly proposals for a new Insurance Mediation Directive.
Research | 28 Apr 2016
On 23rd June the British population were given the opportunity to vote to remain or to leave the European Community. This page provides information and links to facilitate a balanced and informed debate on the issue.
Lectures | 08 Mar 2012
In light of the ongoing financial crisis, the European Commission's focus has moved toward consumer protection.  Professor Karel van Hulle, Head of the Insurance and Pensions Unit at the European Commission, explains why consumer protection is important and its link to financial stab...
Technical articles | 01 May 2010
The reinsurance market in the European Union, unlike the direct insurance market, is not subject to harmonised licensing, capital and other regulatory requirements. This is about to change as the European Commission works on the fast-track adoption of a new reinsurance directive.
Research | 04 Jul 2016
A briefing summarising what the EU referendum result means for CII members.
Research | 17 Dec 2014
A CII briefing on the latest developments in Europe including the Insurance Mediation Directive and EIOPA's third insurance consumer trends report.
Research | 15 Jul 2013
In our latest EU Update, we cover recent insurance professionalism developments taking shape in Brussels.  
Technical articles | 09 Apr 2013
Given the small size of the Cypriot economy, it is remarkable that the country's impending bankruptcy should have created the shock waves that it did.  That the country should be in trouble hardly came as any surprise. The links with Greece were strong, so some collateral damage seemed...
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