Eurozone Debt Crisis & Insurer Solvency Airmic Resource
As the Eurozone Debt Crisis continues, issues are emerging over the solvency of insurers in the event of a Eurozone country defaulting. This resource intends to collate the most relevant and informative content from external sources for Airmic members.
If you have any suggestions for suitable content, please email Georgina.Oakes@airmic.com
A.M. Best Europe
A.M. Best Takes Further Rating Actions On Eurozone Insurers
Restoring the capital markets in a financial crisis: capital markets report 2012
We engaged a high profile advisory committee of senior figures from Deutsche Bank, Schroders, PricewaterhouseCoopers and The London Stock Exchange in formulating the questionnaire which surveyed a core target audience of directors and general counsel of major listed corporates and investment bankers and brokers servicing such corporates on a number of key areas relating to the capital markets, in particular London. Those areas include: awareness of the routes to corporate capital; the failure of the current IPO model; the future of the London markets; and what effective governance really means. Download
Impact of the Eurozone Debt Crisis on Insurer Solvency
Escalation of the European sovereign credit crisis into the core of the Eurozone poses numerous threats, implicitly
and explicitly, to insurer security. In recent years, the sector has proven itself largely resilient to the exceptional stress experienced within the financial system throughout the previous credit crisis. Download
Ernst & Young
Eurozone — contingency planning for partial default
or emergency redenomination.
If one or more countries were to default or exit the Euro,
how would your insurance cope?
With the level of uncertainty currently present in the Eurozone, there remains a real possibility that we may see one or more countries defaulting and/or exiting the Euro and redenominating their currency. Download
Sovereign Debt in IFRS Financial Statements
As a result of recent sovereign debt developments and the increased market interest in this area, there has
been a lot of focus on the accounting practices of listed companies, and financial institutions in particular,
with respect to their exposures to sovereign debt. Download.
Financial Reporting Council
An Update for Directors of Listed Companies:
Responding to increased country and currency
risk in financial reports
Prompted by the current economic uncertainties facing a
number of countries around the world. This Update aims to draw together a number of the
more significant issues directors may reflect when considering how best to provide a balanced
and understandable assessment of a company’s position and prospects in the context of increased country and currency risk. Download