Life and Pensions Nordics: Insurers call for clarity on interim measures

Stockholm in Sweden

Nordic life and pensions companies have called for clarity from national supervisors on how they will implement proposed interim measures for Solvency II.

Jakob Carlsson, chief financial officer at Swedish insurer Länsförsäkringar Liv, welcomed the guidelines but said clear indications from the Swedish regulator, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), as to what will be required of firms were needed if divergences between companies were to be avoided.

"We need clarity," Carlsson told

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