• US – Ongoing Consideration by NAIC of Reserve Financing, Use of Captives, and Principle-Based Reserving
  • US – Regulatory Initiatives Relating to Acquisitions of Insurers by Private Equity Firms
  • US – Efforts to Extend TRIA Advance in US Congress
  • US – NAIC Group Solvency Issues (E) Working Group Exposure Draft


  • UK – Solvency II Implementation Update
  • UK – Budget 2014 Brings Sweeping Changes to Annuities
  • UK – EIOPA Europe-wide Stress Test for InsurersChina – New Measures on Administration of Acquisitions and Mergers of Insurance Companies


  • China – Liberalization of Marine Insurance in the China(Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone
  • Hong Kong – Insurance Companies (Amendment) Bill 2014 Gazetted 13
  • Hong Kong – SFC Enhances Supervision of Investment-Linked Insurance

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Originally published Second Quarter 2014

Keywords: NAIC, reserve financing, private equity, TRIA, insolvency

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