An insurer (which is not a UKSolvency II firm,4non-directive friendly society, incoming EEA firm or an incoming Treaty firm) may benefit from increased counterparty limits under INSPRU 2.1.22R (3)(b). An insurer which is a UKSolvency II firm is subject to the rules in the PRA Rulebook which transpose the Solvency II Directive and also to Solvency II Regulation (EU) 2015/35 of 10 October 2014.4
Issuers which are subject to an obligation to publish a prospectus under the Prospectus Regulation5 are required by Chapter II of the PR Regulation5 to disclose risk factors. These requirements are set out in PRR 2.3.1EU and PRR App 2.1.1EU5 provides a link to the relevant Annexes of the PR Regulation5.
In complying with these obligations, issuers should consider disclosing the risk that actions by a regulatory authority in relation to the issuer may adversely affect the ability of the issuer to meet its obligations to investors or the ability of the owner to meet its guarantee obligations to investors. An example of such action may include restricting the issuer's ability to transfer further assets to the asset pool.