UK Solvency II reforms to free up capital despite fears over policyholder protection

Treasury and regulators split over changes

The UK has announced changes to its Solvency II regime that will help insurers free up capital but raise concerns over policyholder protection.

Announcing the changes as part of his much-anticipated Autumn Statement, Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt said the reforms will distance the UK’s ...


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