Posts written by Rob DE STAELEN

  1. AAE submitted a response to EIOPA’s Discussion paper on blockchain and smart contracts in insurance. More

  2. AAE published a paper on Extrapolation of the risk-free interest rate term structure in the context of the Solvency II 2020 review. More

  3. AAE submitted a response to EIOPA’s Consultation on framework to address value for money risk in the European unit-linked market. More

  4. Servaas Houben co-authored an article in The European Actuary No26. Culture eats sustainability for breakfast. Enjoy reading! More

  5. The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) published its Financial Stability Report that addresses key financial stability risks in the European insurance and pension sector. EIOPA emphasizes that the pandemic crisis is still not over and many uncertainties remain despite the progress in vaccination campaigns and decreasing trends in the number of new infections. The impact on the real economy was reduced by extensive fiscal measures, but some negative effects might become visible only when the introduced measures will phase out. In particular, increased unemployment and corporate credit downgrades would have a negative impact on both insurance and pension sectors. More

  6. AAE issued a Press Release on the publication of the AAE Position Paper ‘Insurability and pandemic (or more generally, shared resilience) risk’. More

  7. Maxim Snakenbroek wrote an opinion in VZWE/MDA. Will the legislator motivate companies to review their traditional approach on the second pillar? Enjoy reading! More

  8. Edition No26 of the European Actuary - Quarterly Magazine of the AAE More

  9. For the twentieth year running, the National Bank of Belgium has published its Financial Stability Report. The publication consists of three main sections: a report on the Bank's powers in macroprudential supervision, an Overview summarising the main determinants of stability in Belgium’s financial system, and a series of thematic articles. More

  10. Actuaries of the World

    Dated28 May 2021


    Actuaires du monde is a non-profit organisation bringing together actuaries from all continents who wish to volunteer their expertise and assistance to emerging countries in need of resources in the fields of actuarial and risk management in order to help their social and financial development. More