The Future of Insurance Regulation and Supervision: A Global Perspective by P. Liedtke

The Future of Insurance Regulation and Supervision: A Global Perspective

EditorP. Liedtke, J. Monkiewicz

Hardcover | April 28, 2011

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Written by leading academics, researchers and insurance industry experts, this book offers a diversified perspective on how the regulatory and supervisory framework for the insurance sector will develop over the coming years. It is supported by The Geneva Association, the world-leading insurance think-tank of the private industry.

About The Author

PATRICK M. LIEDTKE is Secretary General and Managing Director at The Geneva Association, Switzerland. He is Editor-in-Chief of The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice, and Editor of The Insurance and Finance Newsletter.JAN MONKIEWICZ is Professor in Financial Management at Warsaw University of Technology, Poland....

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Title:The Future of Insurance Regulation and Supervision: A Global PerspectiveFormat:HardcoverDimensions:480 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.05 inPublished:April 28, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230292690

ISBN - 13:9780230292697

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Table of Contents

Preface; D.Kessler
Introduction; P.M.Liedtke & J.Monkiewicz
PART I: THE GLOBAL FRAMEWORK
Insurance Activity as a Regulatory Object: Trends and Developments and their Appreciation in the Context of Post-Crisis Global Markets; P.M.Liedtke
Economic Rationale for Insurance Regulation; W.J.Kwon
Global Financial Architecture and Insurance Sector; E.Denters
Insurance and Financial Stability; P.Braumüller & A.Warzilek
PART II: THE SUPERVISORY DIMENSION
Quality of Regulation and Supervision; I.Tower
Solvency as a Focal Point of Prudential Regulation: Supervisory Lessons and Challenges; R.Curtis
The Architecture of Insurance Supervision Before and After the Financial Crisis; D.Masciandaro & M.Quintyn
PART III: MARKET DIMENSION
The Role of Market Discipline in the Insurance Industry; M.Eling
Insurance Group Supervision: Addressing the Emergence of Adverse Network Dynamics; M.Mächler
Credit Default Swaps: Towards Tighter Regulation of the 'Shadow Insurance Sector'; N.Jassaud & S.Schich
The Regulation of Global Reinsurance Markets: Current State of Affairs and Future Challenges; P.Brahin
PART IV: STAKEHOLDER PROTECTION
Challenges and Approaches in the Consumer Protection in the Insurance Industry; S.Tennyson
Insurance Guarantee Funds and their Relation to Solvency Regulation; H.Schmeiser & P.Rymaszewski
Government Intervention in Insurance: an Examination of the Risk of Moral Hazard; M.Flamée & P.Windels
Systemicness of Insurance Companies: Cross-Border Aspects and Policy Implications; A.Houben & M.Teunissen
PART V: DEVELOPED MARKETS PERSPECTIVE
Regulatory Challenges and Developments in the United States; T.Vaughan
Regulatory Challenges and Developments in the European Union; K.van Hulle
Regulatory Challenges and Developments in Japan; Y.Hayasaki
PART VI: EMERGING MARKETS PERSPECTIVE
China's Insurance Regulation: Framework, Issues and Prospects; W.Zheng
Regulatory Challenges and Developments in Latin America; M.Aguilera-Verduzco
Regulatory and Supervisory Issues and Challenges in Russian Insurance Sector in the Aftermath of the Transformation; M.Monkiewicz
PART VII: INTERNATIONAL ISSUES
Insurance Regulation: Mutual Recognition, Equivalence and International Standards; B.Kading & L.Madeiros
Regulatory Future of International Insurance Centers; M.Ramella
International Trade Agreements and their Impact on Regulation and Supervision of Insurance Services; J.Arkell