Don't repeat bank regulation slip-ups in Solvency II, Skinner warns


As the European Parliament prepares for its first 'exchange of views' on the framework Solvency II directive in October, Peter Skinner, the parliament's lead rapporteur to other Solvency II stakeholders, has warned about pitfalls that he wants to see avoided. His comments come as EU regulators take stock of a banking liquidity crisis that has seen the forced sale of two stricken mid-sized German banks, and the first run on a bank by its depositors in living UK memory at mortgage lender Northern

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