KPMG 顧問公司 全球保險監理與亞太風險主管
Education and qualifications
Rob Curtis joined KPMG Australia to lead the ASPAC Insurance Risk and Regulatory practice and continues to be KPMG’s Global Regulatory Lead for Insurance.
In particular, Rob leads KPMG’s global response for insurance on systemic risk issues, having recently completed an RRP engagement for a large Australian LMI provider and led the RRP engagement for a major global reinsurer when based in London. Rob has also completed a number of recovery and resolution analysis reviews for the UK FSA as part of their enforced undertaking regime.
Rob is currently leading a number of ICAAP and CPS 220 engagements in Australia and and has just completed building a Conduct Risk Framework for one of Australia’s largest insurance groups. Rob has also just completed leading a major ERM review for Asia’s largest insurance group based in Hong Kong.
Rob was also recently engaged in leading the design of a new risk-based regulatory framework for the Hong Kong Insurance Authority, where a new Risk-Based Capital framework and pillar 2 regime is now being developed.
Rob was also the IMF FSAP Assessor for Bahrain and Honduras and led the East Africa Secretariat review to develop a new risk-based supervisory framework.
Prior to joining the Australian firm, Rob spent 12 years in the UK. He developed the UK insurance ICAS regime for the FSA and led their Solvency II programme in CEIOPS/EIOPA leading the creation and development of the ORSA framework and solvency financial condition report requirements.
He then successfully led risk and capital transformation projects at the largest UK Life and Non-Life firms respectively (Aviva Head of Group ICA and Programme Director of RSA’s capital and risk transformation programme).
During his time at the FSA, Rob was also Chair of the Solvency & Actuarial Issues Subcommittee of the IAIS achieving new international solvency standards and guidance on capital adequacy including internal models, ERM, investments and valuation.