Firms urged to rush restructuring of portfolios for Solvency II long-term guarantee measure
Omnibus II approved by European Parliament
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Requirements for using deduction and aggregation method to calculate SCR of subsidiaries remain too high, insurers say
Inclusion of non-fixed-income assets in reference portfolio is 'unjustified'
Two months after the landmark political agreement on Omnibus II, MEP Burkhard Balz discusses the thorny issues that did not make it into the directive, spells out his expectations for the level 2 te...
Omnibus II rapporteur fears additional burden of global quantitative requirements
Delegated acts must set stringent conditions for calculating fundamental spread, insurers say
Controversial Smith-Wilson technique expected to be confirmed in level 2 implementing measures
Ceiling on BBB-rated bonds and forced sale on downgrade removed from final Omnibus II compromise text
'Robust debates' await level 2 discussions
Dual-reporting could confuse investors and undermine confidence in the LTG package, say experts
More generous long-term guarantees package and long transitional period in deal
Profound changes expected to long-term guarantees package
Klaus Wiedner, head of the insurance and pensions unit at the European Commission, has the task of brokering a deal on Omnibus II. As negotiations go down to the wire, he rebuts criticism that too m...
Extensive safeguards and supervisory controls to be built in to Solvency II long-term guarantees package, says Commission’s insurance head
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