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China startet neues Solvenz-Aufsichtssystem C-Ross

19.02.2015 – shanghai_china_yan_150Die chinesische Versicherungsaufsicht (Circ) hat mit der Einführung des Solvenz-Aufsichtssystems C-Ross, dem chinesischen Äquivalent zu Solvency II, begonnen. Demnach müssen die Versicherer ihre Berichte sowohl nach den bislang bestehenden Solvabilitätsvorschriften als auch nach den neuen Vorgaben vorlegen.

Asia Insurance Review reports:

“Circ said that as the implementation of C-ROSS is a complicated process, each insurance company should set up a task force by the company chairman or general manager and made up of personnel from the finance, actuarial, risk management, investment, business and information technology and other related departments. This is to ensure the smooth implementation of the new system.

C-Ross aims to ensure the solvency of China’s insurance industry while improving its overall competitiveness, and promote risk management across the industry. It adopts a qualitative supervisory approach complementing the quantitative assessment of an insurance company’s solvency position. The new solvency system also promotes capital efficiency by linking capital requirements more closely to risks, with the valuation of assets and liabilities reflecting actual risk profiles.” (vwh/td)

Bild: Hauptverkehrsstraße in Schangai. (Quelle: hy)

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