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Macroprudential (E) Working Group

2021 Membership

2022 Proposed Charges

The Macroprudential (E) Working Group will:

  1. Oversee the implementation and maintenance of the liquidity stress testing framework for 2020 data as well as future iterations.
  2. Assist with the remaining MPI projects related to counterparty disclosures and capital stress testing as needed.
  3. Continue to develop and administer data collection tools as needed, leveraging existing data where feasible, to provide the Financial Stability (E) Task Force with meaningful macroprudential information regarding how the insurance sector is navigating the prevailing market conditions.
  4. Oversee the development, implementation, and maintenance process for a new Macroprudential Risk Assessment system (i.e., policies, procedures, and tools) to enhance regulators’ ability to monitor industry trends from a macroprudential perspective.
  5. Oversee the documentation of the NAIC’s macroprudential policies, procedures, and tools.
  6. Provide the Task Force with proposed responses to IAIS and other international initiatives as needed.

2021 Adopted Charges

The Macroprudential (E) Working Group will:

  1. Oversee the implementation and maintenance of the liquidity stress testing framework for 2020 data as well as future iterations.
  2. Assist with the remaining MPI projects related to counterparty disclosures and capital stress testing as needed.
  3. Continue to develop and administer data collection tools as needed, leveraging existing data where feasible, to provide the Financial Stability (E) Task Force with meaningful macroprudential information regarding how the insurance sector is navigating the prevailing market conditions.
  4. Oversee the development, implementation, and maintenance process for a new Macroprudential Risk Assessment system (i.e., policies, procedures, and tools) to enhance regulators’ ability to monitor industry trends from a macroprudential perspective.
  5. Oversee the documentation of the NAIC’s macroprudential policies, procedures, and tools.
  6. Provide the Task Force with proposed responses to IAIS and other international initiatives as needed.

There are no call materials at this time.

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Contacts

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Todd Sells
Director, Financial Regulatory Policy & Data
Phone: 816.783.8403

Tim Nauheimer
Sr. Financial Markets Advisor – Macroprudential Surveillance
Phone: 212.386.1941

Please see the current Committee List for a complete list of committee members.