Smaller insurers to benefit from Solvency II thresholds

Broadstone says insurers need to consider new NDF rules as thresholds increase by £10m

Jasmine Urquhart
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Broadstone says insurers should plan ahead if they fall under the new NDF rules
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Broadstone says insurers should plan ahead if they fall under the new NDF rules

Smaller insurers are set to benefit from increased thresholds under the Solvency II requirements, but should consider new rules for non-directive firms (NDF), Broadstone has said.

Following the 2024 policy statement from the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) which set out a £10m increase in thresholds, Broadstone noted there are six firms which will fall below the new So...

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