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Analysis of non-life insurers’ Solvency and Financial Condition Reports: European and Polish non-life insurers (year-end 2016)

Solvency II went live on 1 January 2016 and introduced a number of new disclosure requirements for European insurers. Each insurer is now required to publish annually a Solvency and Financial Condition Report, including some Quantitative Reporting Templates. This European analysis of the non-life market by Milliman’s Marcin Krzykowski and Jarosław Lech covers 140 companies from 11 countries, which together comprise more than €141 billion of gross written premium (GWP) and nearly €224 billion of gross technical provisions, and our Polish analysis is based on 14 solo companies pursuing non-life business in Poland, representing circa 89% of the GWP of the Polish non-life market in 2016.

Analysis of Dutch insurers’ Solvency and Financial Condition Reports

In May 2017, the first Solvency and Financial Condition Reports (SFCRs) were published for year-end 2016. This report by Milliman consultants provides a summary of key solvency information related to various life and non-life insurance entities in the Netherlands based on their SFCRs. The report also focuses on the largest consolidated insurance groups.

Analysis of Luxembourg insurers’ Solvency and Financial Condition Reports: Year-end 2016

This report by Milliman consultants summarises the Solvency and Financial Condition Reports of the main players in the life and non-life insurance business in Luxembourg. It focusses on the largest insurance entities in Luxembourg as well as some large reinsurance entities and includes an overview of the factors determining the Solvency Capital Requirement ratio.