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FSA says weighting of data in SCR calculation should be driven by economic environment - and is not pro-cyclical
European Commission rejects industry criticism over the calibration of QIS 5
Ceiops governance committee chair says ABI’s focus on liquidity premium gives too much weight to industry opinion
Raj Singh tells Life & Pension Risk's annual Solvency II conference in London that Europe should opt for a Swiss-style approach
CRO says lack of market consistency will prevent regime being granted equivalent status under Solvency II - and this will lead to European companies being disadvantaged
EC outlines potential route for US insurance regulatory regime being granted equivalent status to Solvency II
Questions remain on the calibration of capital requirements for operational risk under Solvency II's standard formula.
Longevity component of Solvency II drives Danish pension fund away from hard guarantees
Deal reached on replacement for Ceiops
Solvency II is set to dramatically overhaul insurers’ approach to asset allocation – with potentially dramatic consequences for the bond markets. Aaron Woolner reports
Latin American economic powerhouses Brazil and Mexico are introducing new solvency regulations in their fast-growing insurance markets. But while Mexico has gone straight for a Solvency II-type appr...
The chief risk officers’ (CRO) Forum, the industry lobbying body representing the 15 largest insurers in the European Union, has asked for the assets held by insurers to be considered when determining...
Old Mutual questions the lack of capital credit for dynamic hedging in QIS 5
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