DNB issued insurance newsletter for December 2017. This issue highlights that a limited group of smaller and less complex insurers can request an exemption for their quarterly reports from DNB. To qualify for an exemption from the quarterly reports, DNB has set a number of preconditions, including that the solvency position must show a stable picture over a longer period. Other key focus areas include updates related to the regulation on controlled remuneration policy 2017, the new DNB statistics website, and the survey/QIS calendar for insurers.
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