Geneva Association: "stabilising" insurers should be better repesented in systemic risk supervision

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Insurance think tank the Geneva Association has called for increased representation of the insurance sector in the supervision of systemic risk, as a stabilizing force against the causes of the crisis such as high leverage and complex derivatives.

Patrick Liedtke, secretary-general of the association, says the Financial Stability Board (FSB), an international regulatory college charged with combating systemic risk, should include more representatives of dedicated insurance sector bodies than its

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