Solvency II

4.0
1 opinion
  • I thought the training course was amazung. The instructor had a lot of patience and was always willing to reply your questions.
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Course

In Frankfurt (Germany) and London

£ 2,695 + VAT

Description

  • Duration

    2 Days

  • Start

    Different dates available

Description

The overall goal of this two day course is to appreciate why insurers get into distress and how the EU Solvency II Directive aims to prevent failures, and to identify the impact of the Directive on the business and capital strategy, risk management and financial standing of insurance companies.

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Location

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Frankfurt (Germany)
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Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings
London
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Starts

On request

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  • I thought the training course was amazung. The instructor had a lot of patience and was always willing to reply your questions.
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Course rating

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JOHN GRAY

4.0
15/03/2017
What I would highlight: I thought the training course was amazung. The instructor had a lot of patience and was always willing to reply your questions.
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Subjects

  • IT risk
  • Insurance
  • Risk Management
  • Risk
  • Solvency II
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  • Recognise the key vulnerabilities of insurance companies that Solvency II is aiming to address and how this will fit into an early warning system for supervisors. Understand the key elements of the EU Solvency II Directive (capital requirements, superviso

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Course programme

A review of the challenges Solvency II aims to address: namely the key areas of heightened risk faced by different types of insurer. Signs of distress: Common themes in troubled insurance companies: growth, over-concentration in volatile markets, asset and liability mismatches, excessive investment risk. The key differences between Solvency II and other regulatory regimes and an appreciation of how eligible capital and technical provisions are to be determined relative to the risks borne. Pillar 1 Risk Modules: Reviews common analytical measures used for key business risks of insurer and relates these risks to the risk charges as calculated under the standardised approach for the SCR. Pillars 2 and 3: Explains how the key elements of Pillars 2 and 3 of Solvency II are intended to improve corporate governance and internal risk management in insurance companies, and how group supervision is intended to combat contagion risk. Impact of Solvency II: Pillar 3 disclosures and impact of Transitional Measures and Equivalence on SCR coverage ratios, Relevance of SII metrics in ratings process

Solvency II

£ 2,695 + VAT