Insurance

Frontiers in Finance: Disruption on the Transformation Journey

How well are senior leaders dealing with disruption? Executives face the data revolution and new technologies, the demand for greater customer centricity, and growing constraints imposed by governments and regulators. The issues are far reaching and the solutions require a strategic approach.
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How to calibrate the IFRS 17 risk adjustment to arrive at an economic value?

A generic framework for the economic valuation of Insurance Liabilities allows companies to calibrate their risk margin to reflect a truly market-consistent value.
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Enterprise Risk Management: time to shift gear

Chief Risk Officers of (re)insurance companies are presented with a long awaited opportunity to reposition the profile of their function and create value for customers, shareholders and the public at large but their departments need to evolve rapidly to cope with the challenges this entails.
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FinSA: First result of treatment by Economic Commission of the Swiss National Council

The Economic Commission of the Swiss National Council started discussing the FinSA at the end of January 2017. So far, the Commission has treated the first 10 articles of the act. However the controversial question whether insurance companies should remain in the scope of the FinSA or not has been delayed for the time being.
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Council of States approves FinSa and FinIA

On 14 December 2016, the Council of States discussed the Swiss Financial Services Act (FinSA) and the Financial Institutions Act (FinIA) and approved the legislative drafts which proposed some major changes compared previous drafts. What are the key changes and next steps?
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Impact of global and Swiss tax changes on the insurance industry

There are a few upcoming regulatory tax projects which will affect the Swiss insurance industry. On a global level these include the latest tax risks facing the industry in light of the OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) reports. On a national level the focus is on the Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III.
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