UK Plans Stringent Prudential Rules

Posted on May 1, 2013 by admin

The UK is planning to adopt a stringent version of European Union (EU) rules on capital adequacy for its own underwriters, despite realizing that it will face criticism from EU members. Britain’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) chief executive Andrew Bailey was quoted by Reuters as saying that the proposed rule, known as Solvency II (S-II), was not enough to thwart the challenges faced by the insurance industry. Read more.


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