There are stringent audit, security and control processes demanded by Solvency II legislation that impact data management within the wider context of the risk/actuarial environment. The directive demands that insurers do significantly more than simply store data. Read the report to find out more.
European insurers – one of the largest groups of investors in the global financial markets – will operate under a single regulatory framework for the first time when Solvency II comes into force in 2013. This could trigger large re-allocations among their €7 trillion ($10 trillion) of assets, in…
Solvency II increases the focus on the sourcing and calibration of accurate and representative discount curves. Alterations to discount curves may change optimal hedges and necessitate re-hedging.
This white paper highlights how your organisation can prepare for Solvency II and the key factors to consider in the build up to the proposed 2014 deadline. Topics covered: tackling the right issues, the impact of operational risk, the Solvency II rationale and business process management success.
Solvency II will come into force in the UK on October 31, 2012, building on the original Basel II three pillar approach. This white paper discusses the affect on insurance companies with a view to helping those organisations understand and prepare the change.