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A proposed new set of solvency standards for European insurers should not result in any widespread re-rating or new capital requirements, said a report published today by Moody’s.

The Solvency II framework for insurers being developed at the initiative of the European Commission is not, in Moody’s view, aimed at strengthening the industry’s capital base. But rather, it is “more to ensure that sufficient regulatory and internal risk management controls are in place to enable management and regulators to more fully understand and control the dynamics of the industry’s risk profile.”

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