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Solvency II

08-04-2011 03:41 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Stakeholder communications need to be robust, at every level, to secure Solvency II compliance and gain internal buy-in for Solvency II as the new business-as-usual. If a Chief Executive fails to communicate to the markets his organization's ability to deliver on the E.U. Directive, or if a local Regulator finds that the Board has been slipshod in communicating and embedding a risk culture internally, leading to a fail in the 'culture test', its ability to operate in the Solvency II world will be questioned.

Solvency II: Stakeholder Communications and Change explains how to avoid these and other related risks. Gabrielle O'Donovan demonstrates how to approach stakeholder management and communications in a structured and disciplined way, which is framed by the EU Directive's general governance requirements. She shows how to use stakeholder – and change – management techniques to establish, implement and maintain effective cooperation with all levels of the undertaking and with external constituents. She outlines the basis for effective programme reporting and communication to internal and external stakeholders and shows how stakeholder communications has a key role in supporting people through change. She also reveals how to use the Risk Culture Framework to embed risk consciousness into business culture, helping to secure Solvency II approval and operate successfully in the Solvency II world.

Hardback. August 2011. ISBN 978-1-4094-3152-7. £75.00

Gower is recognised as one of the world's leading publishers of specialist business and management books and resources. Our publishing programme covers many of the main business processes and functions and we are continuously developing new titles. Founded in 1967 Gower is an independent, global publisher.

Susan White
Gower Publishing Ltd
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Farnham
GU9 7PT
UK

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