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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