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A Comparison of Solvency II to U.S. Insurance Regulation: The Consequences of Non-Equivalence

June 23, 2011

Sutherland Partners Mary Jane Wilson-Bilik  and Earl Zimmerman will be speaking at the Sutherland Webinar "A Comparison of Solvency II to U.S. Insurance Regulation: The Consequences of Non-Equivalence," on June 23, 2011. The presentation will start with an overview of the Three Pillars of Solvency II, then compare them with U.S. insurance regulation, including proposals by the NAIC under its Solvency Modernization Initiative (SMI).  Finally, it will conclude with a discussion of the consequences if equivalence between U.S. regulation and Solvency II is not achieved when required.  Thomas N. Herzog, Ph.D, ASA, MAAA,  Distinguished Scholar in Insurance Regulation at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, will focus on the Solvency Capital Requirements (SCR) of Solvency II and the Risk-Based Capital (RBC) requirements in the U.S.

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To listen to the presentation, please follow the links below.

Slides 1-12 - Introduction

Slides 13-27 - Pillar II

Slides 28-65 - Pillar I

Slides 66-78 - Pillar III

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