FERMA Newsletter N°83




Newsletter 83

21 September 2018


Top EU News for Risk Managers



FERMA says new regulations not needed for European captives 


FERMA has urged the OECD to rely on existing, widely accepted international regulations governing captive insurance companies when it publishes new guidelines on transfer pricing and value creation.


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Sustainability: insurers want to go beyond green 


FERMA has welcomed the view of European insurers that sustainability goes beyond green issues. Insurance Europe submitted a paper on behalf of the insurance industry on 27 August to the proposition from the European Commission for a taxonomy or classification framework of sustainable investments.




Deal or no deal – what does Brexit mean for insurance? 


Britain’s exit date from the EU, 29 March 2019, is just six months away and key details concerning insurance regulation, in particular in the absence of clarity as to what a future trade deal between the UK and the EU27 will look like, remain undecided.




Lessons learned on cyber risks

E.ON expert group insurance and seminar workshop moderator, Tobias Bunz, reflects on the lessons learned from the large-scale cyberattacks on Maersk and Telefonica in 2017 and reveals the insight attendees can expect to gain at this year’s seminar





Last chance to register for Ferma Seminar 2018!


Friday 28 September is the last chance to register for Ferma Seminar !


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