Will ditching Solvency II deliver a Brexit dividend or disaster for insurers?

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Analysis: Rachel Gordon explores whether ditching Solvency II will free up billions of capital for insurers or ramp up risk and weaken consumer protection.

When Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt’s first Autumn Statement delivered the overhaul of Solvency II that insurers had long lobbied for, providers were swift to rejoice and promise to plough

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