Term from Solvency II, namely the difference between – assets valued in line with the market on the one hand and – liabilities of an insurance company valued in accordance with regulatory requirements on the other. – The available capital is divided into three quality classes (Tier 1, Tier 2 Insurance Tier 3). – See Expected Reserves, Solvency Balance Sheet. – Cf. Annual Report 2006 of BaFin, p. 51 (further explanations; allocation features of the respective quality class).
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