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Health insurance solvability the Netherlands according to Solvency I 2014-2015

This statistic shows the solvability of the five largest health insurance companies in the Netherlands according to Solvency I in 2014 and 2015. In 2015, the solvability ratio of all five insurance companies was relatively high. From 2017 onwards, Solvency I is being replaced by Solvency II.

Solvability of the five largest health insurance companies in the Netherlands according to Solvency I in 2014 and 2015

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Sources

Release date

April 2016

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2014 and 2015

Supplementary notes

The Dutch Central Bank (DNB) demands from January 1st 2012 that the equity of health insurance companies in the Netherlands equals at least 11 percent of the claims. Solvability is calculated as a percentage of this 11 percent ratio. When an insurance company meets this demand it will have a solvability of 100 percent, effectively meaning that the equity equals 11 percent of the claims. Should the ratio reach a number lower than 100, the DNB will take measures. This method is called Solvency I.

2016 marks the introduction of Solvency II, a new framework for the prudential supervision of insurers. Solvency II figures at institution level will be made public in 2017, when insurers will publish the first reports that they must prepare under Solvency II. Insurers are free to publish their Solvency II figures before then, as some listed companies are already doing.

For this statistic, multiple sources have been used. Also, the numbers on display only concern basic health insurance which is mandatory in the Netherlands. Some companies offer more insurance options than this.

Besides Zilveren Kruis (2014 and 2015), numbers have been used from VGZ (2014 and 2015), CZ (2014 and 2015), Menzis (2014 and 2015) and DSW (2014 and 2015).

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