Solvency II frena il ritorno delle compagnie all’immobiliare

Fixée à 25 % par l’autorité européenne de régulation des assureurs, l’EIOPA, la charge de fonds propres pour les investissements immobiliers aurait été assez largement surestimée, selon une étude de l’Edhec Business School.

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Fixée à 25 % par l’autorité européenne de régulation des assureurs, l’EIOPA, la charge de fonds propres pour les investissements immobiliers aurait été assez largement surestimée, selon une étude de l’Edhec Business School.

Type: Press article
Date: le 09/05/2017
Source : Assinews.it

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