Patchy Solvency II implementation worries US regulator

Consistency might take time, says NAIC's head of international regulatory affairs

Capitol Hill in Washington DC

The supervision of insurers in the European Union may be inconsistent even after Solvency II, says a senior representative of US state regulators, in comments that underscore tensions over a possible EU-US agreement on reinsurance.

"I am concerned and anxious about the implementation of Solvency II in each of the [EU] member countries and whether they have the necessary data analysis and filing requirements," says Christina Urias, the recently appointed managing director of international

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