Calls to delay December implementation fall on deaf ears
More generous long-term guarantees package and long transitional period in deal
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Increased activity forecast for 2014, but rumoured supply overload unlikely
Profound changes expected to long-term guarantees package
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Regulatory mindset 'creates no value' for US insurers
Security test results may scare them, delegates hear
Robust governance process needed for third-party models
MetLife CRO outlines company's proposal for backstop capital standard
Industry trying to focus on Orsa and regulatory capital
Commission seeks flexibility to unilaterally recognise US, but resists making temporary regime open-ended
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Extrapolation method changed following concerns Smith-Wilson method impractical
Extensive safeguards and supervisory controls to be built in to Solvency II long-term guarantees package, says Commission’s insurance head
Prescriptive international regime would be 'very challenging' for firms
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