Solvency II for fund managers and service providers

Do you know the impact for your business?

Solvency II is a new solvency regime for all EU insurers is due to be implemented 1 January 2014.

The new regulations set the capital requirements for insurance companies on a risk basis under a three-pillar structure covering quantitative capital requirements, governance requirements and market disclosure.

The investment strategy of insurers and the interaction with their investment managers and other service providers are of critical importance in implementing the new requirements.

However, many investment managers and service providers have yet to fully assess the potential impact on their business. Insurance companies represent the largest single investor group in collective investment schemes and Solvency II provides the ideal opportunity to get on the front foot with insurance clients and targets.

Read our publication Collective investment schemes – the impact of Solvency II.


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