Top 1000 Pension Funds: Improvement, not punishment?

Michel Barnier appeared to make a major concession when he announced a delay in the implementation of solvency requirements in the revised IORP Directive last May. But the result has arguably not been greater clarity. Cécile Sourbès outlines a number of scenarios for the future of the Directive

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