Targeting currency risks

Targeting currency risks


European financial regulation does not move fast. Three years after the European Commission passed Directive 2009/138/EC, adding Solvency II to its regulatory framework, policy-makers continue to assess its potential impact on the European (re)insurance sector. Although the new rules and protracted consultation are primarily concerned with capital adequacy, regulators have taken a particular interest in how foreign exchange movements can impact firms’ asset liability management (ALM).


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