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Dutch insurers remain optimistic on Solvency II while pension schemes face regulatory hurdles
Inflation is one of the top risks facing pension funds, but how can they deal with the risk while still maintaining adequate returns?
Volatility caused by annual management charges under Solvency II is a relatively new issue for insurers. What are the hedging techniques being undertaken to manage this?
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