Solvabilité II freine le retour des assureurs dans l'immobilier

Selon une étude de l’Edhec, la charge de fonds propres pour les investissements immobiliers est surestimée.

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S. Ro

Selon une étude de l’Edhec, la charge de fonds propres pour les investissements immobiliers est surestimée.

Type: Press article
Date: le 09/05/2017
Research Cluster : Financial Analysis and Accounting
Source : Les Echos

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