CP 20: Significant improvements in the Solvency II framework but grave incoherencies remain (EDHEC response to Consultation Paper n° 20)

This document contains our answer to CP20, a consultation process initiated by CEIOPS (Committee of European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Supervisors) on the "Advice to the European Commission in the Framework of the Solvency II Project on Pillar I Issues".


Philippe Foulquier

Professor, Director of EDHEC Financial Analysis and Accounting Research Centre

Samuel Sender

Research Associate with EDHEC Risk and Asset Management Research Centre

The European Commission is due to release the Solvency II directive in 2007. This directive shall be applied to national regulations and implemented in 2010. An important stage has been reached with the completion of the Quantitative Impact Study (QIS 2).

CP 20: Significant improvements in the Solvency II framework but grave incoheren...
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Type: Position paper
Date: le 28/02/2007
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Pour plus d'informations, nous vous prions de vous adresser à Joanne Finlay, Direction de la Recherche de l'EDHEC [ joanne.finlay@edhec.edu] Les opinions exprimées sont celles de l'auteur et n'engagent pas la responsabilité de l'EDHEC.

Research Cluster : Financial Analysis and Accounting

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