European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)
Local regulator commits to cover gaps in Solvency II information from Eiopa
European Commission’s efforts to attract insurers’ money could have opposite effect
Better disclosure requirements could allow investors to perform tests
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More European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) articles
Clients get a harder sell – but say they still have enough choice – as regulators circle
Eiopa calculations show unexpected increase in fundamental spread
Regulator: poor risk-return the real barrier to insurers becoming more active
Regulatory scrutiny will go deeper than point of sale
How firms and regulators are responding to pressures highlighted by November survey
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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
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