Joint Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) Subcommittee
ORSA means the Own Risk and Solvency Assessment insurers are required to perform in their respective jurisdictions. An ORSA concept is described in Insurance Core Principle 16 of the International Association of Inusrance Supervisors.
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Documents and Papers
IRC Risk Book: Chapter 10 - ORSA by Maryellen Coggins, Nick Dexter, Malcolm Kemp and John Oost (approved on 8 March 2016)
Deriving Value from ORSA-Board Perspective, April 2015 - An Executive Board has a significant role to play in overseeing management's assessments of risk and solvency and in challenging ORSA results as they are communicated by management. The purpose of this paper is to provide members of the Board insight into the value of the ORSA process, regardless of the specific implementation and requirements for ORSA in a given regulatory environment and to establish Board expectations for the information that senior management should routinely communicate to them.