AMF, a financial regulatory authority in the Canadian province of Québec, is consulting on the capital adequacy requirements applicable to those licensed as insurers in Québec and having a charter from Quebec or another jurisdiction in Canada. The amendments harmonize the requirements of the Authority with those proposed at the Canadian level. The consultation ends on August 18, 2017, with the guidelines becoming effective on January 01, 2018.
Comment Due Date: August 18, 2017
Effective Date: January 01, 2018
Keywords: Americas, Canada, Insurance, Capital Adequacy, AMF
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