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FERMA Position Paper on the 2013 Green Paper on Disaster Insurance

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FERMA discourages EU from compulsory schemes for catastrophe insurance

The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) has told the European Commission that any new insurance solutions for catastrophe risks should be market based and respect freedom of choice for company insurance buyers. Continue reading


Expert Views

In its response to the EU Green Paper on long term financing of the European economy, the European Confederation of Directors’ Associations (ecoDa) took the opportunity to highlight some areas where good corporate governance can enhance long term thinking and growth for companies. Continue reading


New EU consultation on catastrophe insurance

FERMA is currently preparing its response to the consultation exercise now underway on the European Commission Green Paper on the Insurance of Natural and Man-Made Disasters. Stakeholders have until 30 June to express their views on certain proposals by the Commission. Continue reading


FERMA’s response to the consultation document Green Paper on corporate governance

The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (“FERMA”) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the European Commission’s staff working document, “Green Paper on the EU corporate governance framework”. Continue reading


Don’t rush to make more rules, FERMA to tell Commission

FERMA will express concern to the European Commission that it is trying to develop more regulations on corporate governance and risk management too quickly. Instead, FERMA believes the Commission should examine existing laws to make sure they are appropriate, and then enforce them, rather than rush to create new legislation. There should be more emphasis on implementation of the 8th Company Law Directive, which is in effect, and appropriate harmonisation of existing national corporate governance frameworks, FERMA board member Michel Dennery has indicated will be one of FERMA’s comments. Continue reading


FERMA’s response to the consultation document “Towards a Coherent European Approach to Collective Redress”

FERMA response to the consultation document Towards a Coherent European Approach to Collective Redress. Continue reading