European insurance and occupational pensions authority (eiopa)
Concerns that Eiopa's proposals will not work and could delay Solvency II
Solvency II calibrations need to account for different national contexts
Swedish regulator will not make guidelines legally binding on firms
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Guidelines necessary to achieve convergence and improve quality of preparations, says Eiopa chairman
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (Eiopa) is currently consulting on interim measures, covering areas such as risk governance and reporting, to help supervisors and firms prepare for Solvency II. Eiopa chairman Gabriel Bernardino...
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