Christian Thimann

Group Head of Regulation, Sustainability and Insurance Foresight, AXA Group

Affiliated Professor, Paris School of Economics

Publications

Opinion Pieces
Jun 2016
The IMF’s latest Global Financial Stability Report devotes for the first time a chapter to the systemic risks potentially associated with the insurance sector and how regulatory bodies should respond. This column examines the key points and...
Opinion Pieces
Oct 2014
Having completed the regulatory framework for systemically important banks, the Financial Stability Board is turning to insurance companies. The emerging framework for insurers closely resembles that for banks, culminating in the design and...
Opinion Pieces
Oct 2014
Regulation of the global insurance industry, an emerging challenge in international finance, has two central objectives: strengthening the oversight of insurance companies designated ‘systemically important’; and designing a global...
Special Papers
Jul 2014
SP 3
This paper aims at providing a conceptual distinction between banking and insurance with regard to systemic regulation. It discusses key differences and similarities as to how both sectors interact with the financial system. Insurers interact as...