Lithuanian presidency proposes increase to volatility adjuster cap

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European law-makers are edging closer to an agreement on Solvency II's long-term guarantees package, which could increase the cap on the volatility adjuster to as much as 70%.

Speaking at Insurance Risk Europe, Jorg Sauren, internal model owner at ING Insurance Eurasia, said that the Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union has put forward a plan to set the cap at 65% as part of its proposals on Omnibus II.

Discussions during the Omnibus II trilogue negotiations between the

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