The evolution of insurance regulation in the EU since 2005
This publication looks to provide a bigger picture view of the impact and future of financial regulation in the EU. Chapter 9 looks at insurance regulation in the EU with a detailed section on the Solvency II process
HM government to review Solvency II in Brexit announcement
Article reports on announcement from the Chancellor of the Exchequer - "Britain will “tailor” capital rules for insurers inherited from the European Union as it takes back control of its crucial financial services sector"
Insurers set to miss mezz opportunity as Solvency II revamp slams shut
Article discusses that the opportunity for investors in mezzanine tranches has been lost after the feedback session on Solvency II was closed without discussing changes to the securitization capital treatment.
S&P: Solvency II review to challenge insurers
Article reports that Standard & Poors estimate that estimates the impact of the proposed changes on the Solvency II ratio could be anywhere from 30 to 70 percentage points on average per country.
ECB confirms new Basel-busting Pillar 2 compistion
Andrea Enria, chair of the European Central Bank's supervisory board, has confirmed that eurozone banks will be able to include subordinated debt as part of their Pillar 2 capital requirements.
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