FSA reviews insurer capital



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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