European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)
PRA claims it cannot offer advice until publication of Implementing Technical Standards
European insurer demand for debt securitisations could vanish despite proposals for lower capital charges
Prudential Regulation Authority to copy wording 'as closely as possible'
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Controversial Smith-Wilson technique expected to be confirmed in level 2 implementing measures
European regulators prepared to reopen Solvency II to comply with future international quantitative standard
Insurers hail downscaling of regulator’s initial plans, but concerns about consistent application remain
Former Solvency II head at European Commission says agreement in the interests of all stakeholders
German MEP “appalled” by “irresponsible” council as Omnibus II trilogue negotiations resume
Over the summer, Omnibus II discussions picked up speed at the EU Council. Draft papers reveal a more generous volatility balancer and extended transitional measures are in the pipeline. Industry re...
New volatility adjustment proposed as optimism of trilogue agreement grows
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority’s report on the long-term guarantees assessment has reignited the debate on the methodology for determining the risk-fee term structure. ...
Products with five-year guarantee period should be deemed immaterial under Eiopa’s new criteria, say actuaries
Eiopa urged to rein in draft measures in responses to consultation
Brussels frames Solvency II long-term guarantees debate along the lines of Eiopa’s proposals
Calls for new dampener on capital requirements amid disagreement over Eiopa’s figures
Long-term guarantees assessment threatens to open more divisions in Omnibus II talks
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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