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New Supervisory Framework to Enhance HK Insurance Groups' Risk Management

The proposed new group-wide supervisory (GWS) framework in Hong Kong will strengthen the ability of the regulator to oversee Hong Kong-based internationally active insurance groups (IAIGs)...
The proposed new group-wide supervisory (GWS) framework in Hong Kong will strengthen the ability of the regulator to oversee Hong Kong-based internationally active insurance groups (IAIGs)...
Article / 2 years ago

APAC Regulatory Response Helps Insurers Weather Risks, Safeguard Policyholder Interests

Most APAC insurance regulators' prompt response to the coronavirus crisis will help insurers to weather key business risks, says Fitch Ratings. Regulators have introduced measures to safeguard policyholder...
Most APAC insurance regulators' prompt response to the coronavirus crisis will help insurers to weather key business risks, says Fitch Ratings. Regulators have introduced measures to safeguard policyholder...
Article / 2 years ago

Fall-Back Plans Ease 'No-Deal' Brexit Authorisation Risks for FIs

Interim solutions and contingency planning with respect to derivatives and insurance claims are reducing some significant risks a "no-deal" Brexit would present to the European financial services sector...
Interim solutions and contingency planning with respect to derivatives and insurance claims are reducing some significant risks a "no-deal" Brexit would present to the European financial services sector...
Article / 4 years ago

Hong Kong Insurers' Capital Strength Better Echoed by New Regime

Hong Kong's new risk-based capital (RBC) regime, which is under development by the new independent insurance regulator, Insurance Authority (IA), will better measure insurers' capital strength, says Fitch Ratings.
Hong Kong's new risk-based capital (RBC) regime, which is under development by the new independent insurance regulator, Insurance Authority (IA), will better measure insurers' capital strength, says Fitch Ratings.
Article / 4 years ago

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