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Valuation of non-life technical provisions under Solvency II31 January 2013 - By Gary Wells and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst - Article

Solvency II introduces a new approach to establishing technical provisions for outstanding claims and premiums that is driven by the need to calculate liabilities on a market-consistent basis.

QIS5 raises new challenges for insurers31 January 2011 - By Fabrice Taillieu and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst and Peter Franken - Article

Much work has been done in recent years in an effort to move to a principles-based framework, although there is still much to be done before Solvency II can be successfully implemented in 2013.

Executive summary of the Level 2 implementing measures02 September 2010 - By Thomas Guidon and Fabrice Taillieu and Gary Wells and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst and Peter Moore - Article
Requirements after three waves of Consultation Papers and QIS5 final technical specifications.Solvency II: Update on QIS4 results as presented by CEIOPS during the stakeholder meeting01 November 2008 - By Gary Wells and Joël van der Vorst and Oliver Gillespie - Article
Valuation of nonlife technical provisions under Solvency II01 November 2008 - By Gary Wells and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst - Article
Moving forward with the fourth Solvency II quantitative impact study (QIS4)01 June 2008 - By Dominic Clark and Jeffrey A. Courchene and Joël van der Vorst and Oliver Gillespie - Article

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