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Practitioner's Guide to The Regulation of Insurance, A
Practitioner's Guide to The Regulation of Insurance, A
6th Edition
ISBN:  9780414075702
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Dec 2020
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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A Practitioner’s Guide to the Regulation of Insurance examines the UK and European regulatory regimes and their impact on the insurance industry, providing practical advice for compliance officers and professional advisers. It covers all aspects of the life and non-life insurance industries, from establishment, authorisation and ownership to conduct of business and financial supervision. There is also coverage of reinsurance and friendly societies.

This fully revised new edition includes new content on the Solvency II Directive, the Insurance Distribution Directive, GDPR, Senior Manager and Certification Regime (SMCR), Risk Transformation Regulations 2017 and the impact of Brexit.

Key features:
  • Gives a complete overview of the insurance industry regulatory post FCA/PRA regime
  • Updated to take the Solvency II Directive and the Insurance Distribution Directive into account
  • Reflects upon the implementation of GDPR and the introduction of SMCR.
  • Covers the implementation of the retail distribution review
  • Covers the authorisation of UK, EU and overseas insurance companies
  • Gives detailed guidance on establishment of branches and cross-border issues
  • Covers both life and non-life insurance
  • Includes full coverage of the latest progress on Solvency 2 and the implications of the new capital adequacy requirements
  • Gives guidance on the regulation of reinsurance business and the Reinsurance Directive
  • Covers friendly societies and specific issues affecting particular types of insurance (e.g. motor insurance)
  • Covers passporting rights post-Brexit

CONTENTS
  1. Introduction - Katherine Coates and Imogen Ainsworth, Clifford Chance
  2. Authorisation of UK, EU and Overseas Insurance Companies – Bob Haken and Laura Hodgson, Norton Rose
  3. Ownership and Management of Insurance Companies - Hilary Evenett and Patrick Killing, Clifford Chance
  4. Financial Supervision – Steven McEwan, Hogan Lovells
  5. The Establishment of Branches and Cross-Border Provision of Services - Rob Stirling, Skadden Arp
  6. Portfolio Transfers and Schemes of Arrangement - Geoffrey Maddock, Herbert Smith
  7. Sale and Administration of Non-Investment Insurance - Duncan Barber, Linklaters
  8. Special Rules Relating to Certain Categories of General Insurance Business - Carol-Ann Burton Holman Fenwick Willan
  9. Regulation of Long-Term Insurance - Charles Rix and Steven McEwan, Hogan Lovells
  10. Sale and Administration of Life Assurance - Maria Ross and Laura Hodgson, Norton Rose
  11. The Regulation of Friendly Societies - John Gilbert, Hogan Lovells
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