Beyond the standard the challenges of self-modelling

After four quantitative impact studies (QIS), myriad working groups and countless hours of debate both at an industry and a ministerial level, a draft version of the Solvency II directive was agreed at a December 2 meeting of the Ecofin group, representing the finance ministries of the EU's 27 member states.

The pork barrel politics that led to the omission of the group support directive will no doubt come as a disappointment to many in the industry, but with the politicking (mostly) now

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