Solvency II - Its impact and implications

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Life & Pensions - Has the German insurance industry understood the implications of Solvency II yet?

Jan Wicke - I was formerly working within a large multinational for northern, central and eastern Europe, and I would say that, in comparison to some other countries, I think we are quite advanced in our preparation.

Wolfgang Weiler - I would agree, to a considerable extent. This is confirmed by the strong participation in QIS and the high level of expertise now achieved in many companies.


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