OpRisk Europe: Postpone Solvency II indefinitely, says Hansen

Lars Hansen at SEB

Solvency II should be postponed indefinitely to allow the industry to focus on recovery, according to Lars Hansen, a risk and governance adviser at Superior, and formerly chief risk officer at SEB Life.

"My top regulatory wish would be to postpone Solvency II indefinitely," he said, speaking at the OpRisk Europe conference in London this morning. "Solvency II was an idea that you should harmonise the insurance industry and increase competition. That's a nice idea, but the best thing is to have

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