UV stabilization of polymer systems containing brominated flame retardants has proven to be a difficult technical challenge. Generation of acidic products during processing or exposure can cause a catastrophic deactivation of the Hindered Amine Light Stabilizer (HALS). An understanding of the mechanism for bromine generation from aliphatic and aromatic based flame retardants has lead to formulation approaches based on flame retardant structure. In formulations containing aromatic brominated flame retardants, combinations of UV absorbèrs and a new class of siloxane HALS provide the highest level of UV stabilization to date. Alternatively, bicomponent fiber spinning technology can also provide outstanding UV resistance at significantly lower levels of stabilizers than that used in the monocomponent formulation approach.