1. Under the conditions laid down by national law, Member States shall authorise insurance and reinsurance undertakings with head offices within their territory to transfer all or part of their portfolios of contracts, concluded either under the right of establishment or the freedom to provide services, to an accepting undertaking established within the Community.
Such transfer shall be authorised only if the supervisory authorities of the home Member State of the accepting undertaking certify that after taking the transfer into account the accepting undertaking possesses the necessary eligible own funds to cover the Solvency Capital Requirement referred to in the first paragraph of Article 100.
2. In the case of insurance undertakings paragraphs 3 to 6 shall apply.
3. Where a branch proposes to transfer all or part of its portfolio of contracts, the Member State where that branch is situated shall be consulted.
4. In the circumstances referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3, the supervisory…