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Insurance Ireland KPMG Conduct & Regulatory Trends Insight Briefing

On Wednesday, 14th February Insurance Ireland & our Strategice Alliance Partners KPMG will host a 'Conduct & Regulatory Trends Insight Briefing'.

Venue: KPMG, 1 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1 D01E7E8, Ireland.

Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM.


The Briefing will focus on the European Commission’s proposals to reform the European Supervisory Authorities, which includes EIOPA. These proposals envisage increasing the number of powers that EIOPA will have, in order to ensure that consumers of insurance products are subject to the same level of protection regardless of where in the EU they are. The Briefing will also provide an overview of current supervisory focus, at home and abroad, on (re)insurers conduct, behavior and culture and the risks these pose to consumers.


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7.30 am Registration followed by refreshments
8.00am Welcome & opening remarks: John O'Donnell, Director, KPMG
8.10am Reform of EIOPA - Key Proposals and Implications: Niamh Mulholland, Director, KPMG 
8.35am Themes & Trends in Insurance Conduct Supervision: Leticia Cashin, Associate Director, KPMG
9.00am Closing remarks - Kevin Thompson, CEO, Insurance Ireland 

This Insurance Ireland Event is open to Insurance Ireland members only or by invitation from our CEO. 

Insurance Ireland and KPMG Insurance Conduct & Regulatory Trends Insight Briefing

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Insurance Ireland and KPMG Insurance Conduct & Regulatory Trends Insight Briefing


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