Reviewing the pensions paradigm: a disruptive opportunity? (Part 1)

Authors: Jens Buedinger
Published on July 27, 2017
Practices: Pensions Regulatory
In 1889, the first system of State pension provision was introduced by German Chancellor Otto Von Bismarck. At its inception the system afforded a pension to all those who attained 70 years of age, although the average life ex­pectancy was of around 37 years of age. With time, came advancements in medical and sanitary standards, but it also brought with it the challenges of people’s longevity and the sustainability of the pension system and the economy as a whole.

Insurance and Reinsurance in Malta

Authors: Matthew Bianchi
Published on July 27, 2017
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Practices: Insurance & Reinsurance Corporate, Insurance & Reinsurance Regulation
The Q&A guide to Insurance and Reinsurance (published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law) provides a high level overview of the market trends and regulatory framework in the insurance and reinsurance market; the definitions for a contract of insurance and a contract of reinsurance; the regulation of insurance and reinsurance contracts; the forms of corporate organisation an insurer can take; and the regulation of insurers and reinsurers, including regulation of the transfer of risk.