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Plenary Session IV: The First Year of C-ROSS: A New Starting Point of China’s Insurance Industry Reform
2016年04月27日

  In 2016, China’s insurance sector starts  to implement the second generation of solvency regime, the risk-oriented  solvency system (C-ROSS) which consists of three pillars, namely quantitative  capital requirements, qualitative regulatory requirements and market  discipline mechanisms. In the new era, how can China’s insurance sector seize  the opportunities brought about by the implementation of C-ROSS so as to  strengthen comprehensive risk management and enhance risk mitigation and  control mechanisms? How can the insurance sector scale new heights while  guarding against systemic and regional risks? Meanwhile, what are the  similarities and differences among C-ROSS, Europe’s Solvency II and America’s  RBC, three cutting-edge regulatory models in the international insurance  arena? What inspirations can C-ROSS get from its foreign counterparts?

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