Insurers grapple with Solvency II economic capital projections

Capital projection


One of the major distinctions between Pillar I and Pillar II of Solvency II is that the first takes a snapshot of the here and now, while the latter looks more towards the future. The quantification requirements of Pillar I are based on a ‘time-zero’ balance sheet, with own funds and capital calculated to meet obligations over the next 12 months, whereas the Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (Orsa) of Pillar II is forward-looking and covers the business planning period.

With many insurers still

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