Association of british insurers (abi)
Assets backing pension liabilities will be included in SCR
Firms braced for duplication of compliance work amid signs that framework for regulators to share information is not working, lawyers warn
Concerns that technical specifications may be released only days before assessment is launched
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Geneva Association research shows proposals for regulating systemically risky insurers are'misguided'
Insurers concerned that assessment could overlap full-year reporting as debate over matching adjustment continues to delay impact test
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Made to measure
Insurers keen to invest in real economy, finds BaFin study, but regulatory uncertainty holding them back
Commission takes legal advice on Econ committee proposals
Relief as new matching premium included in Omnibus II Econ text, but questions remain over how it will work
Calls for standard formula calibrations to be reduced further
Warm words from van Hulle on counter-cyclical tools, but questions remain
ABI says proposals are disappointing and the European Commission has ignored many of the industry's calls for change to Solvency II rules
Question of how Solvency II model can be used in 2013 unlikely to be resolved quickly as FSA promises to 'explore' options
Qualitative study will aid lobbying efforts in Europe, says trade association
It looks increasingly likely that the full implementation of Solvency II will be delayed until 2014, but questions remain as to what is expected of firms in 2013
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