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Defining the scope of Outsourcing06 June 2019 - By Patrick Meghen and Padraic O'Malley - Article

This briefing note explores the definition of outsourcing and provides some food for thought when setting a company’s definition.

Loss absorbing capacity of deferred tax in Ireland25 January 2018 - By Padraic O'Malley and Andrew Kay - Article

The loss absorbing capacity of deferred tax (LACDT) is one of the key elements of a company’s Solvency Capital Requirement (SCR).

IFRS 17: Life Insurance Seminar19 October 2017 - By William C. Hines and Andrew Kay and Padraic O'Malley and Henny Verheugen - Article

Our IFRS 17 Seminar provided a detailed view of the requirements, methodology and practical challenges involved in implementing the new insurance contract standard, IFRS 17.

ORSA process implementation for internal stakeholders21 September 2015 - By Eamonn Phelan and Padraic O'Malley and Zohair Motiwalla - Article

This report provides benchmarking information that will help companies address the needs of internal stakeholders in cost effectively conducting and implementing an Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) process.

ORSA: An international requirement04 December 2013 - By Eamonn Phelan and Padraic O'Malley - Article

Numerous insurance regulators around the world are introducing ORSA requirements, how do requirements compare in Europe (through Solvency II), the US, and Australia?

Key challenges of producing a Forward Looking Assessment of Own Risk17 July 2013 - By Padraic O'Malley and Eamonn Phelan - Article

An overview of risk assessment requirements in preparation for Solvency II.

Risk Appetite Review: A checklist for the first annual review30 May 2012 - By Eamonn Phelan and Padraic O'Malley - Article
Milliman Seminar 2010: Managing Your Risks23 November 2010 - By Padraic O'Malley - Article
Solvency II: QIS4 results01 December 2008 - By Michael Culligan and Padraic O'Malley - Article
QIS4 built on the work of earlier QISs and focussed on a number of specific areas including internal models, group supervision and a new approach to the Minimum Capital Requirement (MCR).Solvency II – An introduction to QIS301 May 2007 - By Michael Culligan and Padraic O'Malley - Article
Quantitative Impact Study 3 (QIS3) was undertaken in 2007 in order to aid the design of the Solvency II system. All European Insurance companies were invited to participate so that both Regulators and CEIOPS could understand how the proposed new system would affect companies’ balance sheets. Lessons learned from QIS3 helped form the final shape of Solvency II.
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