Committee of european insurance and occupational pensions supervisors (ceiops)
As the industry calls for less complexity in Solvency II, some are arguing the directive is already dangerously simplistic
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Insurers wary of new European standard setter’s legal powers
Ceiops replacement goes live
Consideration of VIF as Tier I will save insurers from financing increased solvency capital requirements, says head of Italian insurance association
Three challenges to Solvency II implementation
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
Questions remain on the calibration of capital requirements for operational risk under Solvency II's standard formula.
Deal reached on replacement for Ceiops
Pan-European authorities will have the power to impose emergency measures and intervene with financial institutions, after parliamentarians gained ground in compromise agreement
Solvency II is set to dramatically overhaul insurers’ approach to asset allocation – with potentially dramatic consequences for the bond markets. Aaron Woolner reports
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