Solvency II changes among ‘first actions’ in EU markets plan

Leaked document suggests intention to act quickly on infrastructure and ABS

European Commission to act swiftly on securitisation and infrastructure charges

The European Commission suggests in a document seen by that it will move quickly to revise Solvency II securitisation and infrastructure capital charges as part of plans to be announced later this month.

Insurers say the note, which sketches the outline of an action plan for the commission's capital markets union initiative launched last January, suggests changes could be made before the implementation of Solvency II in January 2016.

The document, understood to be a draft of a public

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