Matching premium back in the spotlight


The European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs (Econ) committee has voted and Solvency II’s protracted legislative process can move into its next phase with the trilogue negotiations.

While some of the elements included within the Econ committee’s compromise text of Omnibus II are welcome – the recognition of the matching premium (now the matching adjustment) and the counter-cyclical premium, for instance – the document is clearly the outcome of the hasty, last-minute negotiation

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