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Hong Kong approaches transition to risk-based capital

Hong Kong’s long-awaited risk-based capital (RBC) regime is beginning to take shape ahead of its planned implementation in 2022. Paul Walsh reports on the latest developments

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Three ways capital modelling is evolving

Conning’s Daniel Finn discusses the prospects for insurers’ capital and economic modelling practices

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ICS 2.0 issues must be dealt with before November, says Insurance Europe

The European trade body has called for the ICS framework to be stabilised

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Korean non-life insurers may reduce offering of long-term products under IFRS 17

Non-life firms also in better position to handle K-ICS, says AM Best

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China becomes AIA's fastest growing market

AIA's CEO also condemns violence from Hong Kong protests

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First five years of ICS will be for observation, not prescription

IAIS says International Capital Standard is not a capital-raising exercise, but questions remain

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China extends preferential treatment to Hong Kong reinsurers

Deal helps position Hong Kong as a risk management centre, says Insurance Authority

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NAIC reiterates anti-ICS position

Cioppa defends US insurance regulatory system against untested Solvency II

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Why South Korea leads the way on IFRS 17

South Korea has pioneered the adoption of the new accounting standard for insurance contracts, as well as coping with preparations for a new capital standard at the same time. Martin Sarjeant explains how

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International capital standards: the US's chorus of disapproval

Development of the global insurance capital standard (ICS) has always been controversial. But the level of ire expressed by the US government, regulators and insurers at this week's NAIC conference was unprecedented. Sarfraz Thind reports