Final comments and suggestions have been received by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) following the publication of consultation documents CP190 and CP195, which aim to improve capital adequacy among non-life and life insurers. The proposals could have far-reaching repercussions for firms holding corporate bonds.
Although no firm figures are available, the insurance sector is a principal investor in the credit market. These proposals – originally published in the summer and due to be imp
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