Firms to shun early disclosure of Solvency II numbers

KPMG survey suggests minority of insurers will follow Allianz and Prudential


Ever since two of the largest insurers, Allianz and Prudential PLC, published estimated Solvency II capital ratios earlier this year, other leading firms have been wondering which of their peer group might follow.

A survey by KPMG suggests the answer is not many. The consultancy spoke to a sample of multinational insurers and its research indicates that insurers will be holding back from disclosing estimated Solvency II numbers for at least another year.

KPMG spoke to 11 quoted insurance

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