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International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
The regulatory framework for insurance supervision in the United Kingdom is sophisticated and the authorities are leaders in supervisory techniques. Observance with the Insurance Core Principles (ICPs) is very high compared to peers with 17 ICPs observed and only 6 out of 24 ICPs determined to be largely observed and 1 partly observed.
International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
This paper discusses Canada’s Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) impact on the insurance sector of a low interest rate environment. It highlights that actuarial standards on valuation of liabilities require that assumed reinvestment rates take increasing account of current market rates that led to higher liabilities as low rates persisted. The note outlines the effect of Canadian accounting and actuarial standards that further increases in liabilities need to be recognized in the short term. Policy measures have been undertaken by Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) in the banking sector to address broader risks.
International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department

, January 1993. (See also the FSAP report Detailed Assessment of Observance of the Insurance Core Principles, assessment of Insurance Core Principle 15.)

International Monetary Fund

This technical note reviews the Financial Sector Assessment Program of the United Kingdom. It examines the United Kingdom’s public debt management practices using the IMF-World Bank Guidelines for Public Debt Management as a framework. It analyzes the government’s Code for Fiscal Stability, transparency, accountability, debt strategy, and risk management framework. It also provides a detailed assessment of the antimoney laundering and combating the financing of terrorism regime and compliance of the Basel Core Principles of the United Kingdom.

International Monetary Fund
This technical note reviews the Financial Sector Assessment Program of the United Kingdom. It examines the United Kingdom’s public debt management practices using the IMF-World Bank Guidelines for Public Debt Management as a framework. It analyzes the government’s Code for Fiscal Stability, transparency, accountability, debt strategy, and risk management framework. It also provides a detailed assessment of the antimoney laundering and combating the financing of terrorism regime and compliance of the Basel Core Principles of the United Kingdom.