27 September 2016 OECD Core Principles of Private Pension RegulationHigh-level principles for the regulation of occupational (and other private) pension systems, covering pension funds and other financing mechanisms for pension arrangements.
11 July 2016 Revisions to the securitisation frameworkThis document is an updated standard for the regulatory capital treatment of securitisation exposures that includes the regulatory capital treatment for "simple, transparent and comparable" (STC) securitisations.
4 February 2016 General guide to account openingThis document is an annex to the guidelines on the Sound management of risks related to money laundering and financing of terrorism, which was first published in January 2014.
14 January 2016 Minimum capital requirements for market riskThis document is the revised market risk framework aimed at ensuring that the standardised and internal model approaches to market risk deliver credible capital outcomes and promote consistent implementation of the standards across jurisdictions.
18 December 2015 Guidance on credit risk and accounting for expected credit lossesThis document sets out supervisory guidance on sound credit risk practices associated with the implementation and ongoing application of expected credit loss (ECL) accounting frameworks.
4 December 2015 International Standards on Auditing (ISA)International Standards on Auditing (ISAs) are professional standards that deal with the independent auditor's responsibilities when conducting an audit of financial statements. ISAs contain objectives and requirements together with application and other explanatory material.
16 November 2015 System of National AccountsThe System of National Accounts (SNA) is the internationally agreed standard set of recommendations on how to compile measures of economic activity in accordance with strict accounting conventions based on economic principles.
This paper provides guidance to insurance supervisors on the application of aspects of regulation and supervision specifically relevant to captive insurers or reinsurers.
12 November 2015 Regulatory framework for haircuts on non-centrally cleared securities financing transactionsThe regulatory framework for haircuts on non-centrally cleared securities financing transactions (SFTs) is intended to limit the build-up of excessive leverage outside the banking system, and to help reduce procyclicality of that leverage.
The Insurance Core Principles provide a globally accepted framework for the supervision of the insurance sector.