Solvency II: the plot thickens

Editor's letter


In the last few months, the debate over Solvency II has changed. Earlier this year, the regulators dominated the discussion. The viewpoints of insurance companies were communicated either through national supervisors, or national associations. Now there is evidence that management boards are seeking to become directly involved in the shaping of the directive.

What are the reasons for the change? In Germany, the imminent reform of insurance contract law has made it apparent that the traditional

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