Ideas. Action. Results.

The Future of Global Insurance Regulation

WHEN: Friday, November 13, 2015 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

WHERE: Bipartisan Policy Center, 1225 Eye Street NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC, 20005

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The Bipartisan Policy Center’s Insurance Task Force released a new paper, Global Insurance Regulatory Issues: Implications for U.S. Policy and Regulation.

BPC hosted a discussion about the paper, followed by commentary from a panel of experts who provided perspectives on the future of the global regulation of insurance. The conversation examined questions such as: Who speaks for the U.S. in international insurance arenas and who should? Are global standards for insurance capital and group supervision appropriate for the United States? Should the United States and Europe negotiate a “covered agreement” on insurance?

Read the Report
Global Insurance Regulatory Issues: Implications for U.S. Policy and Regulation


Robert E. Litan
Co-chair, BPC’s Insurance Task Force
Former Vice President of Research and Policy, Kauffman Foundation

William H. McCartney
Co-chair, BPC’s Insurance Task Force
Former President, National Association of Insurance Commissioners, and former Nebraska Director of Insurance

Justin Schardin
Associate Director, BPC’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative

Martin Boer
Director of Regulatory Affairs, Institute of International Finance

Graham Cox‎
Executive Vice President, Global Risk Management, MetLife, Inc.

Ethan Sonnichsen
Government Relations Director, National Association of Insurance Commissioners

Petr Wagner
Counselor, Economic and Financial Affairs Section
EU Delegation in the U.S.A.