Solvency II - Advanced

Intra-company training

Who is the training for?

Actuaries, C-Level

Level reached



3,00 hours(s)

Language(s) of service



Solvency 2 is the EU regulatory prudential framework for (re)insurance companies which aims at leveling the playing field of the insurance market in terms of capital requirements, governance and policyholder protection. In 2021, EIOPA has introduced an update of the current regulation aiming at making the insurance and reinsurance sectors more resilient and prepared for future challenges, whilst stabilising insurers' capital requirements, giving them room to manoeuvre in the short term.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to understand the key updates of the regulatory framework and the EU agenda.


  • Solvency II review goals
  • LTG package
  • EIOPA on the use of risk mitigation techniques by insurance and reinsurance undertakings

Additional information

This training is coordinated by Pavel Kostyuchenko, Partner at PwC Luxembourg, and Anasse Laghraib, Director at PwC Luxembourg. It will be delivered by experts of PwC Luxembourg daily involved in solvency II topics for insurers and reinsurance companies.

Pavel is an IFoA qualified actuary (in the UK) and a member of ILAC (actuarial association in Luxembourg) with more than 15 years of professional experience at PwC offices across Europe and Asia, currently leading the actuarial practice at PwC Luxembourg. Pavel specialises in actuarial consulting services for financial services companies - financial reporting, Solvency II, pricing, embedded value, business planning, etc. He supports commercial companies in setting up reinsurance captives as well as run for them the full cycle of actuarial and reporting needs.

Anasse is a qualified French actuary with more than 11 years of professional experience. He holds an engineering degree in mathematics and computer science from IMT Atlantique and an actuarial science master and a quantitative finance master from CNAM Paris. He joined PwC Luxembourg in 2020 and is a director in the actuarial and Risk Modelling team.

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