Barnier to attend crunch trilogue to see Solvency II negotiations ‘over the finish line'

Profound changes expected to long-term guarantees package

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European Commissioner (EC) Michel Barnier is to participate in tomorrow's crunch Omnibus II negotiations in an unusual move that raises expectations that a political agreement will be finally reached.

Over the past two months, European policy-makers have come close to a compromise on a controversial package of measures for insurance products with long-term guarantees (LTGs), which caused discussions to come to a deadlock last year.

The meeting on Wednesday was arranged after representatives of

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