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European insurance union and how to get there

Dirk Schoenmaker ()

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Abstract: The issue The full entry into force at the start of 2016 of the European Union’s Solvency II risk-based capital framework for insurance poses new challenges for supervisory cooperation in Europe. Supervisory challenges are present in terms of both management of systemic risk and day-to-day supervision. The common vulnerability of insurers to market risks, in particular the current low interest rate, is a source of systemic risk, and while supervisors...

Date: 2016-12
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