Danish insurance association calls for daily discount curves

Local regulator commits to cover gaps in Solvency II information from Eiopa

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Insurers will be taking a backward step in their risk management unless regulators publish an updated Solvency II discount curve more frequently than is currently planned, according to the Danish Insurance Association.

The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (Eiopa) has committed to publish details of the Solvency II risk-free interest rate term structure monthly, with the first data published in February this year for firms to use in the run-up to implementation on January 1

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