Prudential, like banks, has a capital surplus in place - known as the Insurance Groups Directive (IGD) - to protect against future fallouts.
What does IGD stand for?
IGD stands for Insurance Groups Directive (UK)
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We have 53 other meanings of IGD in our Acronym Attic
- Indian Geodetic Datum
- Inner Groove Distortion (records)
- Insane Gangster Disciples (gang)
- Inspector General Division
- Inspector General's Department (US DoD)
- Installation Guidance Drawing
- Institut für Graphische Datenverarbeitung (FHG Institute for Computer Graphics, Germany)
- Institut Gottlieb Duttweiler (Swiss think tank)
- Institute for Global Dialogue
- Institute of Grocery Distribution
- Integral Golf Design (Spain)
- Integrated Gas Development (project)
- Integrated Graphics Device
- Integrating Guidance Document
- Interim Guidance Document
- International Gas Detectors (Cheshire; UK)
- International Golf Development (UK)
- Internet Gateway Device
- Interstitial Granulomatous Dermatitis
- Interactive Graphics and Data Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
The insurer, which said the FSA talks were focused on capital rules under the Insurance Groups Directive, still expects the transaction for AIA to occur during the third quarter of 2010.
Overall, Friends reported a year-end surplus measured in terms of the European Insurance Groups Directive of pounds 850 million, still estimated at pounds 800 million at the end of February - but down from pounds 1.