UK insurers welcome additional capital relief
Stress tests expose flaw in formula to calculate volatility adjustment
Industry representatives call on Eiopa to soften draft specifications
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Omnibus II approved by European Parliament
Static transitional will smooth impact of unrealised gains on profit shares
Concerns national specific templates could lead to gold-plating and increased reporting burden
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Firms struggling with validating external models, expert judgement and risk dependencies, say experts
Requirements for using deduction and aggregation method to calculate SCR of subsidiaries remain too high, insurers say
Inclusion of non-fixed-income assets in reference portfolio is 'unjustified'
Exception in draft Level 2 text could exclude active funds
European Commission's unofficial Level 2 draft disregards insurers’ calls for the adjustment to be capped
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Omnibus II rapporteur fears additional burden of global quantitative requirements
Delegated acts must set stringent conditions for calculating fundamental spread, insurers say
Insurance supervisor will also allow XBLR reporting, says regulator's head of Solvency II
European insurer demand for debt securitisations could vanish despite proposals for lower capital charges
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