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The Solvency II Handbook: Practical Approaches to Implementation

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In The Solvency II Handbook, best-selling author of Risk Management for Insurers René Doff focuses on the practical challenges of implementing this wholesale change in the insurance industry. Drawing on a range of case studies from industry-leading professionals, this new book is designed to equip those tasked with preparing their companies for the day the regulation comes into force.

 

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The clock is ticking. The deadline for Solvency II implementation looms larger.

In The Solvency II Handbook, best-selling author of Risk Management for Insurers René Doff focuses on the practical challenges of implementing this wholesale change in the insurance industry. Drawing on a range of case studies from industry-leading professionals, this new book is designed to equip those tasked with preparing their companies for the day the regulation comes into force.

With dedicated sections focusing on each of the three pillars of Solvency II, chapters address the major issues in implementation compliance for:

·         Internal models and Solvency II

·         Managing model risk

·         Solvency II and reinsurance

· SHE-BEAR

·         Risk governance

·         Reporting challenges

·         Information audit

·         Capital for operational risk

Written by insurers for insurers, The Solvency II Handbook: Practical Approaches to Implementation is the “finishing school” for practitioners in the field, as well as regulators, consultants and academics.

 

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ISBN 9781782721888
Navision code MSB2
Publication date 29/10/14
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René Doff

René Doff

René Doff is an enterprise risk management (ERM) and Solvency II specialist, working as an independent trainer and consultant. He has held positions at various banks and insurance companies across Europe, including the European Insurance Federation, and set up and chaired the first Solvency II working group in the Neth­erlands. In addition to his writing on insurance issues, René edited The Solvency II Handbook: Practical Approaches to Implementation, has contributed to a number of practitioner journals, teaches at the University of Amsterdam and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.

About the Editor
About the Author
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Starting the Solvency II Journey

PART I: SETTING THE SCENE FOR SOLVENCY II
1 Solvency II: The journey so far

2 Internal Models and Solvency II

3 Review of the Capital Adequacy Framework in Singapore

4 Insurance Liabilities Under IFRS 4 Phase II and Solvency II: Almost the Same Thing?

PART II: IMPLEMENTING THE PILLAR I REQUIREMENTS (DOING THE MATHS)

5 Solvency II and Mutual Insurance Companies

6 The Journey Towards an Approved Internal Model

7 The Road to Solvency II for a Life Insurance Company

8 Managing Model Risk

9 Solvency II and Reinsurance

PART III: IMPLEMENTING PILLAR II (LET’S GET ALIGNED)

10 ORSA: A Forward-looking Approach to Risk and Capital Management

11 Risk Governance: A Framework to Support Better Decisionmaking and a Journey Towards Continuous Improvement

12 Operational Risk and Solvency II: A Practitioner Perspective

PART IV: IMPLEMENTING PILLAR III (DATA, DATA, DATA)

13 Reporting Processes

14 Reporting Challenges under Solvency II: The Allianz Experience

15 The Audit of Solvency II Information

PART V: REMAINING SOLVENCY II MATTERS (REFLECTIONS IN THE WATER)

16 The Holistic Balance Sheet: A Different European Approach for Pension Funds?

17 Capital for Operational Risk: Some Fundamental Flaws

18 Reputational Risk: Success is Trust-dependent