Insurers staring at higher capital charges for investments in risky CLOs
March 7, 2023 by John Hilton
State insurance regulators are taking aim at the capital charges for insurers who invest in riskier collateralized loan obligations (CLOs), concerned that too much policyholder capital is being exposed to risky investments.
New proposed rules highlight the divide between private-equity backed insurers, who are much more likely to invest in CLOs, and traditional insurers.
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Originally Posted at InsuranceNewsNet on March 1, 2023 by John Hilton.
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