- The EU Green Deal – Insurance on the European Commission’s agenda: Understanding the implications for insurance in the coming years.
- Solvency II review: How can the Solvency II review embrace sustainablility and what changes are needed in the solvency regime to assist insurers in developing the right products for future generations?
- Regulation leadership - Managing the speed of change: the change towards a more sustainable society has two dimensions: 1) The long-term perspective (time dimension): the transition towards (green) sustainability is a long-term process going beyond 2030. When regulation is pushing the process, what are the risks for the insurance sector and consumers? 2) Societal implications: sustainability comes at a price for the consumer. It will affect insurance affordability and liquidity considerations. Is the path to a sustainable environment paved with a higher insurance protection gap and social divide?
- Regulatory risk: Is regulation limiting the innovation power of the industry for developing sustainable solutions?
- Olav Jones, Deputy Director-General, Insurance Europe
- Dr. Monica Mächler, Member of the Board of Directors, Zurich
- Didier Millerot, Head of Unit, Insurance and Pensions, DG FISMA, European Commission
- Justin Wray, Acting Head of the Policy Department and Head of the Insurance Policy Unit, EIOPA
Prof. Karel Van Hulle, ICIR, Goethe University