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Solvency II

Insurance and Pension Funds evolution - 1st Semester 2015 

Direct insurance in Portugal carried out by insurance companies under ASF supervision registered an overall -4.2% variation over the same period of 2014.
The overall net profit for this period amounted to 432 million euros and the solvency margin coverage rate stood at 216%.

In this same first semester, the amounts managed by pension funds saw an year-on-year increase of 4.3%, with contributions to pension funds growing by 10.7%.

Evolution of the Insurance Activity
Evolution of Pension Funds

 

Risk Analysis of the Insurance and Pension Funds Sector

The ASF has released the fifth edition of the Risk Analysis on the Insurance and Pension Funds Sector publication, which identifies the main risks and challenges facing the industry from a macroprudential perspective, bearing in mind the current macroeconomic and geopolitical contexts.


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