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Insurance Regulatory Watch – January 2024

Our Insurance Regulatory Watch provides you a clear and simple overview of the latest regulatory developments and publications in the insurance sector, in the domains of Regulatory Change & Compliance, Sustainability, Risk Culture & Governance and Financial Crime at the international, European and Belgian level.

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  1. Regulatory Change & Compliance
  2. Sustainability
  3. Risk Culture & Governance
  4. Financial Crime
  5. Data
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Regulatory Change & Compliance

Focus areas : Consumer Protection (IDD – POG – Value for Money) – RIS – Transparency – DORA – Regulatory Outlook

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Focus areas: Taxonomy – SFDR – CSRD – CSDDD – Sustainability preferences – Climate Risks – Greenwashing – Stress testing – ORSA – Protection Gap - …


  • The FSMA has published a new communication on sustainability reporting by listed companies required by the Taxonomy Regulation FR or NL

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Risk Culture & Governance

Focus areas: Business Continuity / Operational Resilience – COVID – Culture - Governance & Risk Management - Outsourcing – Recovery & Resolution - Solvency II

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Financial Crime

Focus areas: AML/CFT - Financial Crime – Fraud

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Focus areas: Cyber – Data Privacy – Technology / Data / Innovation – Information and Communication Technology – Open insurance

The Ensur Insurance Regulatory Watch is not intended to serve as legal advice and is provided for informational purposes only. It is not intended to form the basis of any decisions and you should not rely on its content for any purposes whatsoever.

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