Deadline: 15 November 2023
The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance—Issues and Practice announces a call for papers for its October 2024 issue on the Impacts of the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS) on Insurance
The Insurance Capital Standard (ICS) aims to provide a common framework for supervisory authorities to assess the capital adequacy of internationally active insurance groups. Implementation of the ICS may have significant impacts on the insurance industry such as influencing jurisdictional supervisory practices and requirements, altering the way insurance companies manage their capital and operate globally, and effecting the pricing and availability of insurance products.
The journal welcomes submissions on a broad range of topics related to the ICS and insurance, including but not limited to:
- The implications of the ICS for insurance company profitability, financial performance and market competitiveness.
- The effects of the ICS on insurer solvency and capital requirements.
- The impact of the ICS on the pricing and availability of long duration (life) insurance.
- The effects of the ICS on the investment strategies and risk management practices of insurance companies.
- The role of the ICS in shaping the structure of the insurance industry.
- The role of regulatory authorities in implementing the ICS and achieving a global standard.
Articles should be original research papers and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Papers should be submitted electronically at any time, but no later than 15 November 2023, via The Geneva Papers submission site. All suitable manuscripts will be peer-reviewed.
For further information on The Geneva Papers, visit the journal website.
For further information on this call for papers, please contact Hannah Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org.