Solvency 2 Experts Group

The Solvency II Experts Group is an independant non commercial group of specialists interested in exchanging expertise relating to the Solvency II Directive.

Free Membership to the group provides opportunities to network with a wide range of professionals working in the insurance and reinsurance industries. A series of conferences and events will be organised in 2011.

Raphael Borrel, Solvency 2 experts group manager

Central bank looks to ease Solvency II capital rule

Sam Woods, deputy governor of central bank the Bank of England, said that Britain might unilaterally ease the European Union Solvency II rule that increases insurer capital requirements.

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Central bank looks to ease Solvency II capital rule

UK proposes reducing EU capital rules burden for insurers

U.K.’s financial regulator the Prudential Regulation Authority has proposed easing the burden of European Union Solvency II capital rules for insurers.

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UK proposes reducing EU capital rules burden for insurers

US-EU covered agreement adds clarity but will take time to implement

The covered agreement reached between the United States and the European Union in response to the bloc’s Solvency II directive provides regulatory clarity and reduces the regulatory burden for U.S. and EU reinsurers operating in each other’s markets, according to a briefing by A.M.

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US-EU covered agreement adds clarity but will take time to implement

Greek insurers clear solvency test

Greek insurers have passed the first European solvency test, with a solvency rate well above 100%, based on the new capital regulations known as Solvency II.

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Greek insurers clear solvency test

Legislators want clarity on US-EU covered agreement for insurers

Two dozen U.S. congressional legislators have asked the treasury secretary to clarify the covered agreement reached between the United States and the European Union in response to the bloc’s Solvency II directive.

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Legislators want clarity on US-EU covered agreement for insurers