Double standards: How European capital rules differ between banks and insurance companies

Banks and insurance companies are required to hold capital against credit risk. Although the basic principle of ‘same risk, same regulation’ should apply, a comparison between the supervisory rules for German banks and the new Solvency II regime planned for European insurers reveals discrepancies in capital requirements.

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