Solvency II changes for UK insurers could free up £95bn, says ABI

Potential changes to the Solvency II regime by UK regulators post-Brexit could free up £95bn from the insurance sector to benefit clients and the wider economy, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI), releasing a report produced by KPMG. The ABI said changes to Solvency II’s matching adjustment and risk margin would ensure the industry still holds enough capital,…

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