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Industry still split on inclusion of spread risk in calculation
Use of volatility adjustment for third-country subsidiaries also in doubt
Eiopa's Jarl Kure: 'there's still a lot to do'
Adjustment to discount curve adds complexity to task of hedging liabilities
Change to definition of unit-linked expenses would increase firms' SCR
Status of reactive parameters left open by Eiopa
New bonus distribution rules would have negative effects, say practitioners
Authorities must adapt to challenge of Solvency II along with insurers
'Capital is not the answer to everything,' says Bernardino
Firms to apply sovereign crisis and 'Japanification' scenarios
Industry representatives call on Eiopa to soften draft specifications
Draft delegated acts suggest the last liquid point for non-euro currencies could shift
Insurers and asset managers warn of difficulties generating coherent data codes for alternative assets
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