Denmark to introduce Solvency II shocks to insurer capital requirements


The Danish insurance regulator is set to tighten the rules for calculating insurers' solvency capital requirements, in a move to aid the transition to the Solvency II regime.

Finanstilsynet, the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), will unveil on Friday a draft plan to introduce in 2014 a standard solvency capital methodology for insurers.

The technical specifications of the new standard will be in line with those used in recent Solvency II quantitative impact studies.

Danish insurers

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