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  • Alex Finn
    by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Alex Finn European Insurance leader Alex Finn is the Global Relationship Partner responsible for all of PwC s services to Swiss Re Alex has already been involved in ensuring the selection of the right team globally for this project and he will continue to have ultimate oversight of it This includes reviewing the core conclusions and options identified and ensuring that as a firm we deliver to the high expectations Swiss Re has come to expect from PwC Alex has been involved in serving our largest insurance industry clients globally for more than 25 years In addition to Swiss Re

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/contacts/a/alex-finn.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Countdown to Solvency II: Related web links: PwC
    Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Related external sites The Financial Conduct Authority FCA The FCA is the regulator of the financial services industry in the United Kingdom The Prudential Regulation Authority PRA The PRA is responsible for the prudential regulation and supervision of banks building societies credit unions insurers and major investment firms It sets standards and supervises financial institutions at the level of the individual firm European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority EIOPA EIOPA s core responsibilities are to support the stability of the financial system transparency of markets and financial products as well as the protection of insurance policyholders pension scheme members and beneficiaries European Commission EC The EC is the executive body of the EU Alongside the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union it is one of the 3 main institutions governing the Union Its primary role is to propose and implement legislation Insurance Solvency II Related external sites Contacts IFRS for insurers IFRS for insurance contracts Progress to date Reinsurance Reinsurance Rendez vous Future of insurance Asset management Banking capital markets Shaping the future landscape of financial services Financial regulation Risk Financial crime People Publications Contacts David Law David Law Global Insurance Leader View complete profile Global

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/financial-services/insurance/solvency-ii/related-links.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Contacts for Solvency II in the global financial services industry
    below Pan European Paul Clarke 44 20 780 44469 Wendy Reed 32 2 710 7245 Austria Peter Pessenlehner 43 1 50188 1424 Thomas Stiglmayr 43 1 50188 1332 Belgium Jacques Tison 32 2 710 7139 Kenneth Vermeire 32 473 91 06 87 Marc Willame 32 479 98 20 36 Sabine Wuiame 32 2 710 7119 Bermuda Sarah Williams 1 441 299 7175 CEE Elisabetta Russo 7 495 967 6428 Cyprus George Lambrou 357 2555 728 Androulla Pittas 357 22 555 564 Czech Republic Jiri Klumpar 420 251 152 077 Denmark Frank Lyhne Hansen 45 0 7921 2700 Vibeke Bak Pedersen 45 3945 9945 Estonia Stan Nahkor 372 614 1800 Finland Tony Airio 358 40 176 1199 France Alistair MacPherson 33 1 56 57 69 38 Jimmy Zou 33 1 56 57 72 13 Germany Andreas Sanner 49 211 981 2129 Julia Schüller 49 69 9585 2667 Werner Hölzl 49 89 5790 5248 Gibraltar Kevin Duarte 350 200 73520 Greece Kyriakos Andreou 210 687 4428 Hungary Árpád Balázs 36 1 461 9163 Iceland Ragnar Jonasson 354 550 5360 Ireland Paul Duffy 353 1 792 7339 Garvan O Neill 353 1 792 6218 Niall Tully 353 1 792 6323 Israel Eyal Ben Avi C P A Isr LLM 972 3 7954454 Italy Antonio Dogliotti 39 02 7785298 Alessandro Di Lorenzo 39 02 66720 571 Dario Troja 39 02 7785 609 Latvia Juris Lapshe 371 6709 4400 Lithuania Rokas Gylys 370 5 239 2300 Luxembourg Marc Voncken 352 49 48 48 2461 Malta Simon Flynn 356 25647605 The Netherlands Gert Jan Heuvelink 31 88 792 5056 Jan Huug Lobregt 31 88 792 7463 Norway Clint Sookermany 47 95 26 12 78 Poland Artur Pikula 48 22 523 4301 Portugal António Lopes 351 213 599 440 Russia Chris Barrett 7 495 967 6315 Slovak Republic Eva Hupková 421 2 59 350 414 Spain Ignacio Medina 34 91 568 4183 Juan José Noguera 34 91 568 5783 Alfredo Rodriguez Gomez 34 91 568 4400 Sweden Karin Hjalmers 46 0 8 55533352 Kenneth Sorensen 46 0 8 55533128 Lena Mörk 46 0 8 55534489 Switzerland Peter Lüssi 41 58 792 24 40 Morgan Schaeffer 41 58 792 24 27 UK Jim Bichard 44 20 7804 3792 Immy Pandor 44 20 7804 0812 George Stylianides 44 20 7804 3364 Mark Train 44 20 7804 6279 David Wong 44 20 7804 3587 Territory All Belgium Cyprus Gibraltar Global Greece Ireland Republic of Israel Luxembourg Malta United Kingdom Paul Clarke Global Insurance Regulatory Leader Tel 44 0 20 7804 4469 Email Wendy Reed PwC Belgium Tel 32 2 7107245 Email Jacques Tison Partner Tel 32 2 710 7139 Email George Lambrou Partner Tel 357 225 55728 Email Androulla Pittas Partner Nicosia Tel 357 22555564 Email Kevin Duarte Senior Manager PwC Gibraltar Tel 20066842 ext 212 Email Kyriakos Andreou Partner Advisory Leader Athens Tel 30 210 6874680 Email Paul G Duffy Director Dublin Tel 353 1 792 7339 Email Eyal Ben Avi Partner Risk Management Forensic Services Leader Eyal Ben

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/financial-services/insurance/solvency-ii/contacts.html (2016-02-10)
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  • PwC IFRS for insurance contracts: Progress to date
    2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 25 9 2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 20 7 2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 23 6 2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 19 5 2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 19 3 2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 19 2 2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 22 1 2015 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 19 11 2014 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 23 10 2014 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 23 9 2014 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 22 7 2014 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 17 6 2014 Insurance Alert PwC notes of IASB meeting 20 21 5 2014 Insurance alert IASB education session and meeting 24 25 4 2014 Insurance alert IASB education session and meeting 19 3 2014 Insurance alert IASB education session and meeting 23 1 2014 Insurance alert Joint FASB and IASB meeting and IASB only meeting 18 19 2 2013 PwC IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance 29 31 1 2013 PwC notes of IASB meeting 14 12 2012 IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance 20 21 11 12 IASB FASB Board Meetings and Education Sessions 11 10 12 15 19 10 12 IASB FASB Board Meetings and Education Sessions 20 26 09 2012 IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 16 07 12 IASB Board Meeting 18 19 04 12 IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 15 23 03 12 IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 27 28 02 12 IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 25 01 12 IASB Education Session Insurance Contracts 15 16 12 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 15 16 11 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 20 10 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 19 09 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 21 07 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 13 15 06 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 31 05 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 17 18 05 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 11 12 05 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 04 05 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 27 04 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 12 04 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 29 03 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 21 22 03 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 14 15 03 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 01 02 03 11 Joint FASB and IASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 16 18 02 11 Joint IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 02 02 11 Joint IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 18 19 01 11 Joint IASB FASB Board Meeting Insurance Contracts 15 12 10 Joint

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/financial-services/insurance/ifrs/progress.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Reinsurance Rendez-vous 2015: PwC
    honoured to host Mike McGavick Chief Executive Officer of XL Group plc as the speaker at our breakfast briefing on Monday 14 September Stephen O Hearn introduces Mike McGavick PwC s Global Insurance Leader Steve O Hearn gives welcome speech at PwC Breakfast Briefing for the Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 and introduces Mike McGavick CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick talks about innovation CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick discusses innovation in the reinsurance industry at Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 PwC Breakfast Briefing Mike McGavick talks about the drivers of M A CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick identifies 5 drivers of M A at Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 PwC Breakfast Briefing Mike McGavick 3 reasons to be optimistic CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick gives 3 reasons to be optimistic about the reinsurance industry at Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 PwC Breakfast Briefing Mike McGavick talks about barriers to growth CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick identifies 3 impediments in the industry that organisations should be wary of at Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 PwC Breakfast Briefing How should the industry respond to cyber risk CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick identifies 3 impediments in the industry that organisations should be wary of at Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 PwC Breakfast Briefing Will AI make underwriting redundant CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick gives his views on whether artificial intelligence will eventually make underwriting redundant at Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 PwC Breakfast Briefing What impact does M A have on pricing CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick gives his views on the impact M A might have on pricing at Reinsurance Rendez vous 2015 PwC Breakfast Briefing How to approach merger or acquisition CEO of XL Catlin Mike McGavick gives advice to organisations about to experience merger or acquisition at Reinsurance Rendez

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/financial-services/insurance/reinsurance-rendezvous/a-reinsurer-s-perspective-on-reinsurance.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Metals industry merger and acquisition review and outlook: PwC
    Fourth quarter 2015 metals industry mergers and acquisitions analysis Deal value almost doubled in 2015 compared to the previous year driven mainly by a 31 6 billion third quarter megadeal While activity picks up with a 7 8 percent increase in volume over the same period Explore the data Forging ahead is PwC s quarterly analysis of merger and acquisition M A activity in the global metals industry It provides an overview of the most recent M A results and our expectations for future deal activity Highlights of what this quarter s analysis revealed Deal value almost doubled in 2015 driven mainly by a 31 6 billion third quarter megadeal Absent this deal deal value for the sector would have declined by 4 3 percent compared to 2014 On the other hand deal volume increased 7 8 percent during the same period from 90 deals in 2014 to 97 in 2015 Fourth quarter of 2015 saw a decline of almost 28 percent in volume and 45 percent in value as overcapacity and low commodity prices continued to take their toll on metal producers margins Average deal values also declined in 4Q15 both sequentially with a more than a fivefold decrease from 1 6 billion to 238 2 million and year over year with a 31 percent decline from 312 3 million in 4Q14 Diminishing cash flow in the sector have negatively impacted the profitability of firms US production continues to remain weak despite firm demand the domestic scenario remains strong but is strongly counteracted by a weak Chinese economy Download the analysis to review all the key trends from 4Q15 Launch the data explorer on this page for a deeper dive into the data Explore the data Use the options below to explore the deal data from the last two

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/us/en/industrial-products/publications/forging-ahead.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Metals: Making innovation go further in metals: PwC
    the debate Genesis Park Diversity and inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Making innovation go further in metals How companies could gain by widening their innovation focus Download Much of the innovation effort in the metals sector is limited to product or process innovation with less priority given to wider innovation This report looks at how metals companies are faring in their innovation strategies puts this in the context of the sector and other sectors before examining how companies could gain by widening their innovation focus There is general satisfaction among metals companies executives about the priority they are giving to innovation and the success of their innovation strategies And they recognise the importance of many of the internal building blocks But is such satisfaction well placed or do companies need to reassess where their innovation strategies are heading One benchmark to measure this is to compare how metals companies in our survey are performing in comparison with companies in the wider survey The most innovative companies across all sectors are predicting growth of 62 2 over the next five years In contrast metals executives anticipate growth of 22

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  • Innovation in the global metals industry
    Code of conduct Corporate responsibility Network governance Our contribution to the debate Genesis Park Diversity and inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Pressing on the accelerator taking metals innovation to the next level Metals companies can be great at innovation but it may not be enough in the future With competition from rival companies and materials ever more intense fresh innovation will be key A disciplined approach to problem solving better management of the ideas to cash process and a special focus on radical breakthroughs can take innovation efforts to the next level And to make it all happen executives need to set the right tone from the top and press harder to ramp up the industry s innovation reputation This paper takes a look at how metals companies are delivering innovation and how they can take it to the next level We look at why radical and breakthrough innovation needs to go hand in hand with incremental innovation if companies are to meet the challenges of the next decade And we consider the different paths that can be followed to make innovation happen and the role of senior

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/industries/metals/publications/pressing-on-the-accelerator-taking-metals-innovation-to-the-next-level.html (2016-02-10)
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