Solvency II equivalence rules must not threaten European insurers - Skinner

Peter Skinner

Solvency II's rules on third-country equivalence must not disadvantage European insurers with significant overseas business, Peter Skinner, the European Parliament's rapporteur for Solvency II has insisted.

Speaking at an all-party parliamentary group on insurance and financial services in the House of Commons, Skinner insisted that a resolution on equivalence had to be found that suited the market, consumers and regulators.

"The European Parliament's view is to allow business to conduct

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