UK’s Solvency II reforms will not be a “free lunch”: PRA’s Woods

The UK’s proposed overhaul to EU capital rules could free £90bn ($108bn) of capital for investment but insurers should not see the reforms as a “free lunch”, the Bank of England’s deputy governor Sam Woods warned on Friday.


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