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Technical articles | 01 May 2012
With Solvency II implementation at the forefront of the agenda, the European Insurance & Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) now firmly in place, and some key reforms imminent governing insurance distribution, the EU insurance regulation landscape is more relevant to individual firm...
Technical articles | 01 Dec 2009
CII update briefing on reforms to European financial regulation as well as other key developments in Europe. Includes a full update on the new European System of Financial Supervision.
Technical articles | 01 Aug 2009
This briefing contains an update on the following key European developments:
Technical articles | 11 Sep 2012
A briefing on the latest European financial regulation developments, particularly proposals for a new Insurance Mediation Directive.
Technical articles | 01 May 2012
After what seemed like a flurry of regulatory activity in a relatively short space of time, the European Insurance & Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) was formed in January 2011. It seemed like the body was formed while many in the industry were still wondering how a pan-European ...
03 Apr 2012
The importance of the new super regulator, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA), is not widely understood in the UK.  Gabriel Bernardino, Chairman, EIOPA, gives his view of what is involved in building a European supervisory culture. 
Research | 01 Jan 2012
Much of the discussion in recent months about the reform to the UK's regulatory architecture, and indeed UK financial services generally, tends to be about banking matters. However this country's dominance in the global insurance markets both retail and wholesale cannot be underestimated, a...
News items | 01 Jul 2011
Michel Barnier, the European Commissioner for internal market and services, has arrived in London as the heads of state and government of the eurozone were due to descend on Brussels to seek a solution to the Greek sovereign debt crisis. The need for a co-ordinated and united response to Euro...
Research | 01 Jul 2011
The last six months has seen some progress towards creating an EU-wide approach to financial regulation, however recent developments have suggested that the year 2012 may not be the watershed year that everybody expected.
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