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The Resource Twin Peaks for Europe : Rethinking the Group Support Regime under Solvency II

Twin Peaks for Europe : Rethinking the Group Support Regime under Solvency II

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Twin Peaks for Europe : Rethinking the Group Support Regime under Solvency II
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Twin Peaks for Europe
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Rethinking the Group Support Regime under Solvency II
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Twin Peaks for Europe : Rethinking the Group Support Regime under Solvency II
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  • Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Introduction -- References -- Other Sources -- 2 Milestones of European Insurance Regulation -- 2.1 Three Generations of Insurance Directives -- 2.1.1 First Generation Insurance Directives -- 2.1.2 Second Generation Insurance Directives -- 2.1.3 Third Generation Insurance Directives -- 2.2 Solvency I -- 2.2.1 The Main Features of Solvency I -- 2.2.2 Shortcomings of Solvency I -- 2.2.3 Need for Modernization -- 2.3 Solvency II -- 2.3.1 Principal Stakeholders in the Solvency II Process -- 2.3.2 The Phases of the Solvency II Process -- Learning Phase -- Framework Directive Phase -- Implementing Phase -- Enforcement Phase -- 2.4 Legal Basis and Structure of the Solvency II Directive -- 2.4.1 Pillar 1 -- 2.4.2 Pillar 2 -- 2.4.3 Pillar 3 -- 2.4.4 Roof -- References -- Case Law -- Legislation -- Other Sources -- 3 European Financial Services Legislation -- 3.1 Background -- 3.2 The Pre-Lisbon Lamfalussy Framework -- 3.2.1 Level 1: Framework Principles -- 3.2.2 Level 2: Implementing Measures -- 3.2.3 Level 3: Uniform Implementation -- 3.2.4 Level 4: Enforcement -- 3.2.5 Review of the Lamfalussy Process -- 3.3 Changes Brought by the Lisbon Treaty -- 3.3.1 Co-Decision Procedure Becomes Ordinary Legislative Procedure -- 3.3.2 Comitology Reform -- New Legal Framework for Delegation of Powers -- 3.4 The de Larosière Reform -- 3.4.1 Flaws in the European Financial Supervisory Framework -- 3.4.2 The European System of Financial Supervision -- The European Systemic Risk Board -- The European Supervisory Authorities -- 3.5 The Post-Lisbon Lamfalussy Framework -- 3.5.1 Level 1: Framework Legislative Acts -- 3.5.2 Level 2: Non-Legislative Acts -- 3.5.3 Level 3: Uniform Implementation -- 3.5.4 Level 4: Enforcement -- References -- Case Law -- Legislation -- Other Sources
  • 4 Insurance Groups and Their Supervision -- 4.1 Characteristics of Insurance Groups -- 4.1.1 Definition -- 4.1.2 Organizational Forms -- Centralized Model -- Decentralized Model -- 4.2 Group Supervision Under the Insurance Groups Directive -- 4.3 Group Supervision Under Solvency II -- 4.3.1 Pillar 1 Requirements -- Valuation of Assets and Liabilities -- Technical Provisions -- Own Funds -- Solo Solvency Capital Requirement -- Minimum Capital Requirement -- Investment Rules -- Diversification -- Group Solvency Capital Requirement -- Risk Concentration and Intra-Group Transactions -- 4.3.2 Pillar 2 Requirements -- Supervisory Authorities and General Rules -- Responsibility of the Administrative, Management or Supervisory Body -- System of Governance -- Measures to Facilitate Group Supervision -- 4.3.3 Pillar 3 Requirements -- References -- Legislation -- Other Sources -- 5 The Group Support Regime -- 5.1 Background -- 5.2 Introduction of the Rules -- 5.3 The Group Support Regime's Operation in Practice -- 5.3.1 Scenario 1: Breach of One Solo SCR -- Case 1: Group Not Regulated Under the GSR -- Case 2: Group Regulated Under the GSR -- 5.3.2 Scenario 2: Breach of One Solo MCR -- Case 1: Group Not Regulated Under the GSR -- Case 2: Group Regulated Under the GSR -- 5.3.3 Scenario 3: Breach of Consolidated Group SCR -- Case 1: Group Not Regulated Under the GSR -- Case 2: Group Regulated Under the GSR -- 5.3.4 Scenario 4: Breach of Minimum Consolidated Group SCR -- Case 1: Group Not Regulated Under the GSR -- Case 2: Group Regulated Under the GSR -- 5.4 Compromise Instead of Group Support Regime -- 5.5 The Way Forward -- References -- Legislation -- Other Sources -- 6 Towards a Genuine Economic and Monetary Union -- 6.1 The Case for a Full Economic and Monetary Union -- 6.1.1 About Successful Monetary Unions -- 6.1.2 The Flaws of the Maastricht Architecture
  • 6.2 Genuine Economic and Monetary Union -- 6.2.1 Integrated Financial Framework: Banking Union -- 6.2.2 Integrated Budgetary Framework: Fiscal Union -- 6.2.3 Integrated Economic Policy Framework: Economic Union -- 6.2.4 Democratic Legitimacy and Accountability: Political Union -- References -- Case Law -- Legislation -- Other Sources -- 7 Reform of the EU Financial Stability Framework -- 7.1 Financial Stability Frameworks Across the Globe -- 7.1.1 The Rationale for Financial Regulation -- 7.1.2 The Four Financial Supervisory Approaches -- 7.1.3 The Role of Central Banks in Financial Stability Frameworks -- 7.1.4 How Much Does Supervisory Structure Really Matter? -- 7.1.5 Integral Features of Successful Financial Stability Frameworks -- 7.2 The Current European Financial Stability Framework -- 7.3 Twin Peaks for Europe? -- 7.3.1 Reform Objectives, Policy Options, and Methodology -- 7.3.2 Analysis and Comparison of Policy Options -- Objective 1: Establishment of a European Insurance and Securities Supervisor -- Objective 2: Establishment of a European Insurance and Securities Resolution Authority -- Objective 3: Establishment of a European Safety Net in the Insurance and Securities Sectors -- 7.3.3 Concluding Remarks on the Overall Design of the New Financial Stability Framework -- References -- Legislation -- Other Sources -- 8 Conclusion
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