ABI plans Solvency II impact study to highlight undesirable outcomes

Qualitative study will aid lobbying efforts in Europe, says trade association

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The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is set to undertake a qualitative impact study of Solvency II.

The study would investigate issues such as the directive's impact on consumers and insurers' asset allocation strategies in order to highlight the potentially undesirable consequences of  Solvency II in its present form.

Ulrich Zink, assistant director, Solvency II, at the ABI in London, said that previous qualitative impact studies had been overshadowed by quantitative data gathering, such

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