By Huw Jones and Chris Vellacott LONDON (Reuters) – Getting new European Union solvency rules for insurers wrong could hinder the flow of capital in the region and crimp economic growth, a top UK insurer said on Tuesday. EU states and lawmakers are due this month to restart negotiations to finalise the long-delayed Solvency II rules to make sure insurers hold enough capital to stay stable and cover their policy commitments. Tidjane Thiam, chief executive of British insurance giant Prudential, said it was also important to have a realistic timetable for phasing in the new rules once finalised. …
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