Solvency II translation and pronunciation across the EU

Solvency II in the 27 EU countries, with a link to the relevant regulator*.

The EC has a number of handy translation tools: a bilingual display of the Directive text on EUR-Lex site, an interactive terminology translation tool and a translation resource page.

*As I am not a native speaker of these languages please send me any corrections or more common usages of the term.

AustriaAustriaSolvabilität IIsolvabilität zweiFMA
BelgiumBelgiumSolvabilité IIsolvabilité deuxFSMA
BulgariaBulgariaПлатежоспособност IIplatezhosposobnost dveFSC
CyprusCyprusΦερεγγυότητα II (δύο) /Φερεγγυότητα II (νούμερο δύο)ferengyótita dýo / ferengyótita noύmero dýoMOF
Czech RepublicCzech RepublicSolventnost IIsolventnosti dvaCNB
DenmarkDenmarkSolvens IIsolvens toFinanstilsynet
EstoniaEstoniaSolventsus IIsloventsus kaksFinantsinspektsion
FinlandFinlandSolvenssi IIslovanssi kaksiFIN-FSA
FranceFranceSolvabilité IIsolvabilité deuxL’ACP
GermanyGermanySolvabilität IIsolvabilität zweiBaFin
GreeceGreeceΦερεγγυότητα II (δύο) /Φερεγγυότητα II (νούμερο δύο)ferengyótita dýo / ferengyótita noύmero dýoDirectorate of Insurance
HungaryHungarySzolvencia IIszolvencia kettőPSZÁF
IrelandIrelandSolvency IIsolvency twoCBI
ItalyItalySolvibilità IIsolvibilità dueISVAP
LatviaLatviaMaksātspēja IImaksātspējas diviFCMC
LithuaniaLithuaniaMokumas IImokumas duVDPT
LuxembourgLuxembourgSolvabilité II /    Solvabilität IIsolvabilité deux /      solvabilität zweiCA
MaltaMaltaSolvenza IIsolvenza b’żewMFSA
NetherlandsNetherlandsSolvabiliteit IIsolvabiliteit tweeDNB
PolandPolandWypłacalność IISolvency II commonly usedwypłacalności dwaNBP
PortugalPortugalSolvência IIsolvência doisISP
RomaniaRomaniaSolvabilitate IIsolvabilitate doiCNVM
SlovakiaSlovakiaSolventnosť IIsolventnosti dvaNBS
SloveniaSloveniaSloventnost IIsolventnosti dveAZN
SpainSpainSolvencia IIsolvencia dosDGSFP
SwedenSwedenSolvence IIsolvens tvåFinansinspektionen
United KingdomUnited KingdomSolvency IIsolvency twoFSA

Related links:

Solvency II interactive implementation map (2014 – 2016)

The path to Solvency II Wire Data

Solvency II Wire Data demo

4 thoughts on “Solvency II translation and pronunciation across the EU

  1. As from 1 April 2011, supervision of the Belgian financial sector has been reorganized. Henceforth, prudential supervision of financial institutions falls within the competence of the National Bank of Belgium. The CBFA doesn’t exist anymore, and has been replaced by the FSMA (Financial Services and Markets Authority).

      1. Sorry, there is a mistake : the Belgian prudential supervisor is the National Bank of Belgium, which is going to deal with Solvency II.
        FSMA is the markets authority.
        Kind regards

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