Insurance Europe “puzzled” by EIOPA reaction to Solvency II stress test
The UK’s Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) has sent a request to the country’s largest general insurers to provide information about the impact of a range of stress tests on their projected Own Funds, as well as providing additional information on their sectoral exposures to the UK economy.
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Prudential Regulatory Authority, Stress Test, Insurance, Catastrophe, Economic Downturn, UK, Europe