Capital volatility fears spur talk of wider G-Sii charges

Concerns about yo-yoing capital are behind latest HLA proposals, says Corinti

Alberto Corinti, IAIS

Fears about yo-yoing capital charges are behind regulators’ move to consider wider-reaching capital requirements for systemically important insurers – charges that would apply beyond their non-traditional activities – says Alberto Corinti, chair of financial stability for the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS).

Speaking to following the release of a consultation paper on the Higher Loss Absorbency (HLA) requirement, a capital requirement for global systemically

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