Global - European companies can transit to Solvency II: Moody's

June 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jun2011, p61
Trade Publication
The article reports that Moody's Investors Service Inc. has said that results of the fifth Quantitative Impact Study (QIS5) suggests that most European companies will not need to raise extra capital to comply with the new Solvency II requirements which will come into effect on January 1, 2013. It is stated that the findings confirm that large, well-diversified groups with robust and entrenched risk management and internal models are the ones best prepared for the change.


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