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CNSF Annual General Meeting with PNFF Monitoring Committee

The CNSF (National Council of Financial Supervisors) held the Annual General Meeting with the entities participating in the Monitoring Committee of the National Plan for Financial Education (PNFF).

At the start of the proceedings the Cooperation Protocol between the CNSF and the SJPF (Professional Football Players Union) was signed, in order to promote the financial education of football players.

The PNFF 2016 Activity Report was also presented at the meeting, and the Program of Activities for 2017 was discussed.

Information note

ASF Chairman speech

 

Insurance activity evolution in 2016

The Solvency Capital Requirement and Minimum Capital Requirement coverage ratios stood at 147% and 417% at the end of the year respectively, reflecting increases of 19 and 31 percentage points in relation to the position at the beginning of 2016.

Insurance Activity Evolution Report - 4th Quarter of 2016


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