noun, plural sym·po·si·ums, sym·po·si·a /-ziə/ 1. a meeting or conference for the discussion of some subject,especially a meeting at which several speakers talk on or discuss a topic before an audience. 2. a collection of opinions expressed or articles contributed by several persons on a given subject or topic. 3. an account of a discussion meeting or of the conversation at it. 4. (in ancient Greece and Rome) a convivial meeting, usually following a dinner, for drinking and intellectual conversation. 5. ( initial capital letter, italics ) a philosophical dialogue (4th century b.c.) by Plato, dealing with ideal love and the vision of absolute beauty.
Solvency II Wire Symposia
The Solvency II Wire Symposia are online written dialogues between regulators and industry about critical aspects of Solvency II.
Featured speakers include: Carlos Montalvo, Executive Director, EIOPA, Francesco Mazzaferro, Head of ESRB Secretariat Oliver Bäte, Chief Financial Office, Allianz SE, Olav Jones, Deputy Director General, Insurance Europe.