Insurance Regulatory Watch – september 2023
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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- Regulatory Change & Compliance
- Risk Culture & Governance
- Financial Crime
Regulatory Change & Compliance
Focus areas : Brexit - Consumer protection – PRIIPs – Regulatory Outlook
- Insurance Europe publishes Key messages on the Retail Investment Strategy (RIS) changes to PRIIPs Regulation
Risk Culture & Governance
- Financial Stability Board publishes its Progress Report Enhancing the Resilience of Non-Bank Financial Intermediation
- ESAs issued their Autumn 2023 Joint Committee Report on risks and vulnerabilities in the EU financial system
- Insurance Europe publishes its Solvency II Review key messages ahead of trilogues
- Insurance Europe publishes Insurance Recovery & Resolution Directive (IRRD) key messages ahead of trilogues
- EIOPA publishes its technical advice for the review of the IORP II Directive
Focus areas: AML/CFT - Financial Crime – Fraud
- FSMA publishes Guidelines on policies and controls for the effective management of ML/TF risks when providing access to financial services FR or NL
Focus areas: Cyber – Data Privacy – Technology / Data / Innovation – Information and Communication Technology – Open insurance
- Insurance Europe publishes its response to the first batch of draft DORA Level 2 measures
- ESAs publish report on the landscape of ICT third-party providers in the EU
- Insurance industry shares position on EU’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act
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