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Concerns about costs and suitability of phase-in of capital charges
Insurers welcome Icas+, although uncertainty remains over future requirements
Long-term guarantees impact assessment begins, but 'disappointment' over narrow eligible assets for matching adjustment
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Higher credit risk adjustment to reflect current market conditions
Exposure to collateralised loan obligations, infrastructure finance and high-yielding bank loans set to increase
Sovereign-guaranteed loans provide yield boost for insurers
Third-party solutions increasingly sought by firms seeking reinsurance and retrocession
Authority promises guidelines on early implementation of risk governance and Orsa rules, but some doubt remains
Fears that delay in releasing specifications will lead to inaccurate results
But questions remain over cost and complexity of regulator's proposals
Concerns that technical specifications may be released only days before assessment is launched
Supervisors say existing guidance has yet to be tested and may not work
Geneva Association research shows proposals for regulating systemically risky insurers are'misguided'
Survey finds insurers still have significant work to do in order to meet 2015 Orsa deadline
Lack of product innovation means not enough products work in the low interest rate environment, panellists complain
Commission targets January start for long-term guarantees assessment
Phase-in of Solvency II a threat to level playing field, warn insurers
Swiss Re infrastructure deal shows developing appetite of insurers to finance long-term projects
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