Relief at relaxing of reserve rules

Stevenson, Rachel
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p18
Announces that Great Britain's Financial Services Authority (FSA) has dropped one of its resilience tests which aim to ensure life offices have sufficient reserves to cover liabilities under certain market conditions. Implication of the FSA decision for life offices and the stock market; Reason behind the FSA decision.


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