In the webinar, KPMG and Financial Risk Solutions (FRS) will discuss the lessons learned from actual PRIIPs implementations including the issues giving rise to practical project matters and the challenges that companies are facing in implementing PRIIPs.
The merits of using the EPT approach will be covered as will the Implications of the two-year UCITS derogation and finally the high-level impacts on product design.
There will be an update on the PRIIPs Q&A clarifications from the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) - what’s new, what still needs further guidance and what are the key implications.
The webinar will share details on what’s required to get to a ‘business as usual state’ for automating the production of PRIIPs KIDs, including the history of results that are required, the implications for Fund of Funds and for regular premium products.
The webinar will discuss what the generic KID actually means for policyholders and the implications of the range of values in generic KIDs.
Register and tune in to find out about:
- What has changed and what still needs to be resolved from the ESA PRIIPs Q&As
- Actual PRIIPs projects and implementation lessons learnt
- Understand the value to the customer of KIDs and how best to plan your organisations potential reaction to client feedback from Jan 2018, in just four months’ time!
Research Director, Financial Risk Solutions (FRS)View presenter info
George is a graduate of University College Dublin in Mathematical Science and is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries. He is a director and co-founder of Financial Risk Solutions (www.FRSLTD.com). He has presented a number of papers at the Life Convention of the Institute of Actuaries and has co-authored a number of papers for the Society of Actuaries in Ireland. He is a regular speaker at life insurance events.
Director, Regulatory Services at KPMGView presenter info
John leads KPMG’s Insurance Regulatory practice having joined the firm from the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) in 2012. John has over 20 years’ experience in the insurance sector covering prudential supervision, conduct of business, financial control and compliance matters.
John's role includes advising firms on regulatory matters, and on best practice in the areas of Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Regulatory reporting, he also supports firms in their interaction with both local and international regulators and in optimising their organisational structures for current and future regulatory requirements.