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    The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues of 2018
    (Recorded Webinar September 4 & 5, 2019) Join Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, as she presents her results on both Property & Casualty and Life & Health market conduct issues from 2018.
    The Morning Risk Report: Banks More Anxious About Managing Risk Entering 2018
    (Published December 2017) Citing results from Wolters Kluwer’s annual Regulatory and Risk Management Indicator survey of 608 financial institutions, the Wall Street Journal reports that the majority of bank and credit union respondents are anxious about their ability to keep up with continuing regulatory compliance pressures in 2018.
    Top Bank Risks in 2018
    (Published December 15, 2017) From regulatory uncertainty to workforce management challenges, risks and their impacts are more interconnected than ever before. In this ABA Banking Journal article, Wolters Kluwer experts Will Newcomer and Barbara Boccia weigh in on the top bank risks in 2018.
    Why the Climate is Changing for General Insurance Regulation
    (Published December 4, 2017) Twelve years ago, in the U.K., general insurance firms and brokers found themselves on the receiving end of statutory regulation, which at the time must have felt like a significant shift from the previous regime. However, compared to the wave of regulatory change that has been aimed at the life and pensions sectors in this period, general insurance has had a relatively quiet time of things, and firms have been largely left to get on with running their businesses. However, recent developments suggest that this is all changing, and that the sector is going to be facing some tough challenges ahead. Martyn Oughton reports.
    Leveling the Playing Field
    (Published November 1, 2017) As simple as the concept of Regulatory Change Management is, the challenges often lie in proper execution. Join Wolters Kluwer Compliance Consultant Barbara Boehler as she explores a potential framework for approaching Regulatory Change Management.
    The Supreme Court does fraud in insurance claims and collides with the Financial Ombudsman Service
    (Published August 9, 2016) Fraud and insurance claims is always an emotive subject at least for insurers. On 20 July, the Supreme Court in Versloot Dredging BV v. HDI Gerling Industrie Versicherung AG concluded that the law was basically the same as the Ombudsman-world has been applying under the guise of being fair and reasonable at least as far back as 2004. Adam Samuel reports.
    The war against insurance fraud is proving difficult to win, so could it be lost?
    (Published July 8, 2016) The recent events surrounding the EU referendum in the UK have revealed one thing in particular, which is just how easy it can be to present a set of facts in different ways – especially when those facts are taken in isolation from the full details of the story. Martyn Oughton takes a closer look.
    The UK APER Principles
    (Published March 29, 2016) On 1 February 2016, the FCA published a string of agreed Final Notices relating to a horrible insurance scandal inspired by one man, but participated in by a number of approved persons. What can loosely be called the Shay Reches scandal has claimed a number of victims.  Adam Samuel Reports.
    Tackling Regulatory Change Management with OneSumX
    (Published March 25, 2016) Tackling regulatory change in your organization? Read this white paper to learn how leveraging the expertise embedded in the products and services from Wolters Kluwer can help you manage the impact of operational change while you build a solid, robust compliance management program.
    Complimentary Insurance Webinar: 2015 Insurance Regulatory and Risk Management Indicator Survey
    (Live Webinar November 17, 2015) Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, presents an overview of key results of the 2015 Wolters Kluwer Insurance Regulatory & Risk Management Indicator Survey.
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