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What’s next for the UK’s prudential regulatory regime?


Where: Association of British Insurers - UK Head Office - London, One America Square, 17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2LB

Registration: 13:00. Followed by networking drinks.

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Prudential regulatory change for our industry continues a pace in 2019. In the UK, risks firmly in the focus of both regulator and firms include illiquid assets, cyber risk, operational resilience and the financial risks posed by climate change. Looking further ahead, expect the UK’s regulatory regime to be influenced by next year’s EU review of Solvency II and the global International Capital Standard’s monitoring period, commencing this Autumn.

Join this year’s ABI Prudential Regulation Seminar as we take stock of these developments and hear insights from industry leaders as well as a range of external perspectives, including the Prudential Regulatory Authority.

Keynote speakers:

  • David Rule, Executive Director, Insurance Supervision, Bank of England
  • Steve Waygood, Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Aviva Investors

Confirmed speakers: 

  • Chris Cundy, Managing Editor, InsuranceERM
  • Colin Dutkiewicz, Chair of Life Board, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
  • Willem Loots, Senior Director, Fitch Ratings
  • Justin Skinner, Group CRO, Vitality     
  • Andrew Sinclair, UK & European Insurance Equity Research,  Bank of America Merrill Lynch 
  • Matthew Francis, Director, KPMG
  • Janine Hawes, Director, KPMG 
  • Hugh Savill, Director of Regulation, ABI
  • Steven Findlay, Assistant Director, Head of Prudential Regulation, ABI                                                

Why attend?  

  • Hear a key note speech from – and ask questions to – the UK’s most senior prudential regulator of insurance, David Rule, Executive Director for Insurance Supervision at the Prudential Regulatory Authority
  • Hear insights and perspectives from insurance industry leaders, policymakers and other opinion makers
  • Network with other industry professionals and prudential regulatory specialists   

What delegates will learn? 

  • The latest on the current priorities and concerns of the PRA
  • How firms are responding to these and how your firm could do so
  • What the likely future policy drivers will be for further changes to the UK’s prudential regulatory regime
  • Why and how firms are now considering and treating climate change as a financial risk and an issue of regulatory interest 


Get 15% off the price of your ticket until 8th March 2019!

  • Early bird members - £134.00
  • Early bird associate members - £134.00
  • Early bird platform members - £134.00
  • Early bird non-members - £179.00
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