The Financial Supervisory Agency said Monday it has ordered Daihyaku Mutual Life Insurance Co. to clarify who is responsible for the intentional reporting of an erroneous solvency margin ratio to authorities.
The struggling midsize life insurer was found to have disguised some of its loans as “subordinated loans” so that it could count them as capital, FSA officials said.

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