Eiopa's Jarl Kure: 'there's still a lot to do'
Danish regulator says investment activities will be transformed
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Firms need technology solutions that can update in line with regulation
Regulator challenges "mechanistic re-application" of matching adjustment
Change to definition of unit-linked expenses would increase firms' SCR
Why insurers are choosing standard formula over internal model
Single process would reduce costs and time involved in applying for adjustments
Long-term guarantees measure likely to be subject to regulatory approval
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Status of reactive parameters left open by Eiopa
Firms consider risk sharing arrangements and changes to product mix
National supervisors and policy-makers join in voicing concerns
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