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Insurance supervision

PRA's approach to supervision | Banking supervision | Insurance supervision

The PRA assesses whether firms have in place adequate measures to safeguard their safety and soundness and, specific to insurers, to contribute to the securing of an appropriate degree of protection for those who are or may become policyholders. These mitigating measures include: management and governance, capital and reporting.

For more information on these and the current supervisory initiatives, read the PRA’s approach to insurance supervision or click on the icons below:

Authorisations
Reporting and data Supervisory activities
Non-Directive firms

Smaller insurers

​See the smaller insurers section for information on the PRA’s approach to supervising smaller insurers.
 

Key initiatives​

Solvency II

 

Strengthening accountability