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FERMA Risk Management Seminar 2014
20 & 21 October 2014 in Brussels, Belgium
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FERMA Risk Management Forum 2013
Living and Working in a Riskier World
Maastricht, 29 September-2 October 2013
See www.ferma-forum.eu for more information
FERMA is dedicated to assisting the development of risk management education through Universities, Business Schools, Colleges and Institutes. It sponsors students to attend its Forum and seminars.
FERMA Professional Development Initiative sponsored by Lloyd's With the aim to support FERMA with its Professional Development Initiative, Lloyd's hosts and sponsors a development programme for talented risk managers with 3 to 5 years of experience. Read more..
Students at the FERMA Forum 2013 Risk Management Education is one of the main concerns of FERMA. The invitation of students to its Forums offers them the possibility to attend a major Risk Management congress in Europe, to improve their knowledge and allows them to discuss and exchange views, not only with practitioners, risk and insurance managers, but also with numerous service providers. Read more..
FERMA Corporate Brochure
"A European vision of Risk Management". Read more..
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FERMA launches a benchmarking survey of risk management practices across Europe every two years across its members. Read more..
ECIIA - FERMA guidance
Guidance on the 8th EU Company Law Directive (article 41). Read more..
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FERMA maintains its contacts with the various European Business Associations and contributes with its views and concerns to the European Commission developments.
Below are our latest posts and news about European Topics.Compulsory financial security would give a false sense of security
The European Commission intends to publish its final report on the review of the Environmental Liability Directive (ELD) in April. The question of mandatory financial security for environmental impair risks currently remains open. It is one of several options which the Commission will consider presenting to the new Parliament and commissioners when they are in place after the May European elections. Continue reading
This is election year for the European Union. From 22 to 25 May, a new European Parliament will be elected, followed by a new European Commission for the next five years.
What should we expect from the European Commission before the elections in May? Regarding the current relevant files for FERMA, we will see new these developments during the next five months. Continue reading
On the 14th of November, in Madrid, AGERS united once again for the XIX Day of Expectations for the Renewal of Insurance Programmes, with great success. More than 300 people were in attendance, among them Insurers, Brokers, Experts, Intermediaries, Consultants, Independent Experts, Politicians, Public Institutions and a strong presence of Risk Managers. Continue reading
The European Commission officially proposed a new “go-live” date for Solvency 2 set for 1st January 2016 with a draft Directive (a.k.a. Quick-Fix 2) that was published on 2 October and is giving the necessary, but tight, space to finalise all the details of the new European insurance regulatory framework.
One month later, on Wednesday 5 November, with this new delay officially set, a trialogue session between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission took place and struck an agreement on the Omnibus 2 text. Continue reading