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The proposed new legal framework which would govern occupational pension provision in the EU is a missed opportunity to remove inefficiencies from the current regime and improve outcomes for members, an expert has said. 31 Mar 2014
The UK's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) is consulting on proposals which would apply to general insurers under key aspects of the EU's Solvency II regulatory regime. 20 Mar 2014
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This guide was last updated on 20th December 2010. Please see our guide to developments in July 2012.
This guide was last updated on 17th February 2011. The European Commission wants every member state to set up a national insurance guarantee scheme to protect policyholders if an insurer fails. Eac...
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated on 17th November 2008. The European Commission has published proposals that would give consumers across the EU uniform protection whether they buy...
This guide was last updated on 27th January 2009. Liability insurers will be affected by new rules governing which law applies to cross-border negligence and other liability actions coming before...
This guide was last updated on 1st December 2009. The Rome I regulation standardises rules that govern the law applying to cross-border contracts in the EU and defines the extent to which the parti...
Detailed provisions under the new EU regulatory framework for the insurance industry risk preventing the industry from providing much-needed economic investment, a trade body has warned. 13 Mar 2014
A planned tax on financial transactions in several EU member states could cut the value of UK savings and pensions by as much as €4.4 billion, even though the UK does not plan to participate in the tax, according to a report by economists for the City of London.... 20 Feb 2014
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