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FERMA publishes guidelines for BEPS on captive (re)insurance arrangements

On 20 June, FERMA has released proposed guidelines for captive (re)insurance arrangements in order to ensure a…

Solvency II – First public disclosure in 2017

In 2017, as part of the pillar 3 of Solvency II on disclosure, all (re)insurance companies will disclose to the pu
OECD BEPS debate

Meeting the OECD on captives and BEPS measures

FERMA continues to argue that captives are a risk management tool with a genuine economic rational, following a me
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Expert view: the future of captives

FERMA board member Dirk Wegener answers some questions about captives.

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FERMA speaks out to change misperceptions of captive insurance

FERMA has launched a campaign to change misperceptions of captive insurance by tax authorities and other p

New UK Insurance Act comes into force soon

The new UK Insurance Act will come into effect from 12 August. The law

Stating the Value of Captives

Captive insurance companies, especially in offshore domiciles, are under scruti

Expert Views: the changing aspects of managing terrorism risk

Terrorism has been a threat for some years and materialised sadly in France sev

Solvency II: Spotlight now turns on national regulators

Consistent implementation of Solvency II across the EU is the only guarantee that European insurance buyers

“Solvency II Predictions” article featuring Jo Willaert, FERMA President

The article has been originally published  by Captives Review on 3 December 2015.

NARIM OPEN - Congress
17/05/2018 | The Hague

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29th National Congress of AGERS Spanish Risks and Insurance Management Association
26/04/2018

https://agers.es/xxix-congreso-nacional-agers/

SWERMA FORUM 2018
15/03/2018 | Stockholm

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AMRAE - 26ièmes rencontres du Risk Management
07/02/2018 - 09/02/2018 | Marseille

 

 

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Whistleblowing: how to manage reputational risks?
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Whistleblowing: how to manage reputational risks?