Group supervision and solvency vex US and EU regulatory talks



Europeans and Americans have hardly seen eye-to-eye on regulatory reform. In recent years, a flurry of new initiatives has been proposed on both sides of the Atlantic to tackle the issues of solvency and systemic risk. However, neither jurisdiction has warmed to the ideas of the other. When a delegation from the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (Eiopa) ventured to the US to discuss the issue

of US equivalence with Solvency II with the National Association of Insurance

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