Solvency II must be completed this parliamentary term, insists Econ chair Sharon Bowles
Standard formula is too harsh and fails to reflect real risk of long-term finance, say insurers
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Modelling and regulatory impact of new asset classes must be considered in search for higher yield
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Lack of data could force insurers with non-standard catastrophe risks to use internal model, warns Insurance Europe
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Regime recognition mechanism proposal should be agreed in Omnibus II, says Standard Life's Porteous
Insurance groups should ensure consistent approach to model applications across organisation, says chairman of Eiopa's internal model committee
European supervisors are taking different approaches to the Solvency II internal model approval process, says head of Solvency II project for Allianz
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