Written by insurers for insurers, The Solvency II Handbook: Practical Approaches to Implementation is a hugely important text for all practitioners in the field, as well as consultants and students. Focusing on implementation and the challenges, it'll help you to solve practical problems in your day to day job saving you time and costly mistakes.
As the title suggests this book focuses on the practical side of Solvency II and the actual implementation. The original best-selling Solvency II Handbook, published by Risk Books in 2009, focused on the theory with a detailed examination of the main requirements and impacts of Solvency II to insurers and reinsurers. Both books complement each other and should be read by anyone dealing with Solvency II in any capacity. Search for the Solvency II Handbook by Marcelo Cruz in Amazon for more information.
Solvency II is being implemented in 2016. Larger companies are making progress but are still interested in hearing each other s stories. Smaller companies who started later are now in the phase of finalising their Solvency II projects. Now is the time when they will need to resolve any issues that arise; this book provides answers to their questions.
Edited by best-selling author René Doff, this book focuses on the implementation and challenges of Solvency II. Including many case studies from insurers, you will gain a very interesting and useful snapshot of Solvency II implementation. Organised around the three pillars of Solvency II, topics covered include:
- Internal models and Solvency II
- Managing model risk
- Solvency II and reinsurance
- ORSA: A forward-looking approach to risk and capital management
- Reporting challenges under Solvency II
- The holistic balance sheet
- Capital for operational risk
René Doff works as an Independent Trainer and Consultant at C-suite level since April 2014. He is an ERM and Solvency II specialist and has been a risk manager throughout his career. Previously, he served as Head of Risk and Controlling Department at Oranta, part of the Achmea insurance group. Before that, he worked amongst others as Risk manager at Achmea International. He started his career in banking, working for one of the leading European banks on Basel II and risk capital implementation. Moving on to insurance, he worked for Achmea, one of the larger European insurance companies based in the Netherlands. He was involved in risk management, Solvency II implementation and other financial matters. René set up and chaired the Dutch Solvency II working group and also worked for the European Insurance Federation.
René earned his PhD in 2006 on risk management for insurers. He is a regular speaker on international conferences. René publishes regularly in academic and practitioners' journals and has written a number of books. Most of his books are considered standard works on risk management and receive very positive reviews by readers across the globe. This holds for his early works (2004) as well as the latest "Risk Management for Insurers" (2011). René provides regular ERM training programs in Asia as well as Europe. René also teaches Risk Management at the University of Amsterdam and has excellent teaching skills that are very much appreciated by his students in both Europe and Asia.
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Description du livre Risk Books. Paperback. État : Brand New. 485 pages. 8.98x6.14x1.50 inches. In Stock. N° de réf. du libraire zk1782721886
Description du livre Risk Books, 2014. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 1782721886