2nd Annual Solvency II Summit

2nd Annual Solvency II Summit
January 24 - 25, 2013
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
10% discount for XPRIMM Readers

Organizer: Fleming Europe
Media Partner: XPRIMM Publications

The EC Solvency II directive, scheduled to come into effect in January 2014, might pose one of the most dramatic changes to the insurance industry ever. Focusing on the latest updates connected to Solvency II together with providing comprehensive insight from insurance regulatory authorities as well as central and commercial banks, the summit gives you a unique opportunity to acquire knowledge on the directive in order to prepare for it in the best ways possible.

Key Focus
  • Get the latest updates on the current state of Solvency II
  • Get the regulators' insight on the most discussed Solvency II topics
  • Learn about the role of Solvency II in global markets
  • Compare your preparedness with other major insurers
  • Get knowledge to help you better understand the implementation process
Your Exclusive Speakers from Regulatory Authorities and Central and Commercial Banks

Regulatory authorities
  • Dr. Paolo Cadoni, Financial Services Authority, UK. Technical head of Insurance policy department.
  • Hugo Borginho, Portuguese Insurance and Pension Funds Supervisory Authority, Portugal. Director.
  • Gregor Pozniak, AMICE, Belgium. Secretary General.
  • Yvonne Schmerfeld, EIOPA Policy Unit, Germany. Senior Solvency II Expert.
Central banks
  • Rafael Quevedo, European Central Bank, Germany. Senior Economist - Statistician.
  • Ravi Bharos, De Nederlandsche Bank, Netherlands. Internal model coordinator.
  • Annet Evara, Central Bank of Ireland, Ireland. Solvency II work stream manager - ORSA.
Largest Dutch insurance companies
  • Alex Kunhast, AEGON N.V., Netherlands. Global Solvency II - ORSA lead.
  • Marja Westerlaken, Ageas, Netherlands. Risk reporting actuary.
  • Estelle Jonkergouw, Achmea, Netherlands. Integrated risk management and model validation head.
  • Frank Eijsink, ING Insurance, Netherlands. Global programme director Solvency II.
Including Special Workshop on Evaluation Risk
  • Risk identification and assessment,
  • Governance structure,
  • Risk measurement,
  • Risk reporting,
  • Risk appetite.

For the complete list of speakers visit finance.flemingeurope.com

For further information about the event, cost and registration please contact Will Hoss via will.hoss@flemingeurope.com or call +421 257 272 105.

10% discount to the Conference fee for XPRIMM Subcribers!

Claim your discount by adding "Xprimm10%" into the 'note box', when requesting the brochure from the website, or with any communication (email, phone, registration form etc).

Follow XPRIMM Publications on LinkedIn, for more data on the insurance and financial industry.

Share |

Related articles


Bulgaria: Boiko ATANASSOV appointed as FSC's head

The Parliament of the Republic of Bulgaria appointed Boiko ATANASSOV as Chairperson of the Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) on March 15, with 134 votes in favour, none opposed or abstained.



Climate and cyber: two Cs with catastrophic potential and the insurance business - under debate in Vienna, on April 9

10 years after its inception, the Romanian mandatory dwelling insurance system has progressed and PAID, the pool underwriting and managing the mandatory policies is a strong and financially sound institution. "We are currently managing a reinsurance program worth EUR 920 million, with a pool of excellent reinsurers, more than half of them rated AA+, while the company's solvency rate is of 220%," recently stated Nicoleta RADU, CEO, PAID.


Conclusions: TBILISI - the first Georgian International Insurance Conference

The first Georgian International Insurance Conference took place on 14 March 2019. The event put under scrutiny the current status and the future development perspectives of the local market, in an attempt of identifying the main growth opportunities. The forthcoming launch of the mandatory MTPL system was the most important topic on the agenda, as this new line of business has the potential to provide for a significant growth, but also to become a market disruptor.


See all