The percentage of insurers who believe their investment portfolios are adequately capitalized to meet collateral margining requirements and other pledges declined to 44 percent from 65 percent last year, according to “Collateral Management Survey 2013,” from BNY Mellon, an investment management firm, and Insurance Risk magazine.
The portion of insurers who said they understand the impacts of moving to central clearing and are working toward operational readiness, however, has increased to 54 percent, compared to just 32 percent last year.
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