News Regulations12 Feb 2019

Taiwan:Proposed forex rule changes could lead insurers to lower hedged ratios

| 12 Feb 2019

Revisions proposed to foreign-exchange volatility reserve rules by Taiwan's insurance regulator, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), would incentivise insurers to lower their hedged ratios (i.e., the share of their foreign currency portfolios hedged with traditional instruments such as nondeliverable forwards and cross-currency swaps) against potential Taiwanese dollar appreciation, according to a commentary by Moody's Investors Service.

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