IAIS updated the document on timeline and status of Insurance Core Principles (ICPs). The document contains a table that provides up-to-date information on the status of ICPs, including any ongoing or planned revisions. For ongoing revisions, next to the status, the links to the revised versions have been provided, where applicable. All current versions of the adopted ICPs are available on the ICP online tool.
Revisions of ICPs related to the ComFrame material will be submitted to the general membership for adoption together with ComFrame at the 2019 Annual General Meeting. Adoption before that date would only be allowed as an exception. ICP revisions completed prior to the 2019 Annual General Meeting but not yet adopted are made available on the IAIS website as drafts for information purposes only.
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