Risk glossary

 

Risk margin

Under the European Union’s Solvency II directive, risk margin represents the potential costs of transferring insurance obligations to a third party should an insurer fail. It is equal to an insurer’s baseline solvency capital requirement for unhedgeable risks multiplied by the cost of capital at 6% and discounted at current interest rates.

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