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|DP16-02 Group supervision – Discussion paper and request for information||I.O.M.F.S.A||DP16-02 Group supervision – Discussion paper and request for information|
The first part of this paper (sections 1 – 10) is a discussion paper which sets out the Authority’s proposed framework for group supervision and the implications of this for authorised insurers, drawing on standards established within the Insurance Core Principles and developments in other jurisdictions.
The second part (section 11) is a request for information which should be considered in the context of the matters set out in the discussion paper.
All authorised insurers are asked to read this discussion paper and to respond to the request for information in Section 11 of this document.
|29 April 2016 - 10 June 2016|
|Financial Services Rule Book 2016 – consultation on draft legislation ||I.O.M.F.S.A||Financial Services Rule Book 2016 – consultation on draft legislation |
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority has today issued a public consultation on the draft Financial Services Rule Book 2016, which we intend will replace the current Rule Book on 1 January 2017. The consultation document includes a link to a tracked changes version of the draft Rule Book 2016.
This consultation will be of interest to all entities that are regulated under the Financial Services Act 2008 and their advisers. Comments on the proposed new legislation are welcome until 19 June 2016.
|28 April 2016 - 19 June 2016|
|Community Safety and Fire Safety||DHA||Consultation on the Fire Precautions (Houses in Multiple Occupation and Flats) Regulations 2016.|
Consultation on draft regulations that are intended to update the fire safety measures in place for flats and introduce fire safety measures for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).
|25 April 2016 - 6 June 2016|
|Digital Inclusion ||Cabinet Office||Consultation on the Isle of Man Digital Inclusion Strategy |
We’re preparing a Digital Inclusion Strategy to help ensure that everyone has the access, motivation and digital skills needed for digital participation. As more and more services move online, people need basic skills to get things done in their everyday lives such as communicating, managing their own information, making transactions.
To get involved, talk to us about existing projects or tell us your ideas email email@example.com or call the Change & Reform team on 685780 by the end of May.
|22 April 2016 - 30 May 2016|
|Gambling Regulations Package 2016||Gambling Supervision Commission||Consultation with Manx e-gaming sector on proposed regulatory changes|
This consultation seeks any views on the following six topics that the GSC is seeking to change:
* Change to regulations to allow virtual currencies to be accepted as if they were cash;
* Expansion of services that a sub-licensee can take from a full licensee;
* Ability of GSC to unilaterally accept test certificates issued by another authority;
* Expansion of voluntary gambling controls that an operator can offer players;
* Clarification of protection required for winnings that the Commission deems to be out of scope for protection;
* Ability to offset unused portions of licence fees against new licences.
|20 April 2016 - 20 May 2016|