Denmark prepares to adopt internal model rules


Danish pensions and insurance companies will get the chance to play with some Solvency II concepts as soon as the middle of next year, according to a new proposal from the finance ministry, due out in the next couple of months.

The most significant part of the new legislation concerns internal models, and will oblige companies to develop their own internal models, which will then be examined by the Danish Financial Services Authority (DFSA). Although the internal model will not require formal

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