At the last Data for ERM & Solvency II conference hosted by Insurance ERM, MBE partner Vibeke Edvardsen chaired a forum on “Ensuring that your data governance framework is sufficiently agile to cope with the changing regulatory landscape”.
Although Solvency II obliges insurers to disclose material information, the regulations do not define what makes an asset material. Materiality is about more than just market value. Insurers need to start paying more attention to capital requirements than market value when it comes to setting materiality thresholds… because risky dynamite often comes in seemingly insignificant packages…
MBE is pleased to present, in partnership with Raconteur publishing house, The Future of Insurance Report.
A mutual insurer dramatically improved transparency across their whole Solvency II reporting process and achieved cost-saving reductions in resource requirements by implementing MBE’s proprietorial technology.
Asset managers can be a valuable resource when it comes to ensuring that the data used in Solvency II calculations is compliant with TAS.
How asset management firms can use their knowledge of look-through data to assist insurers in their Solvency Capital calculations.
An international reinsurer reconfigured its Embedded Value process to reduce annual results production time from nine weeks to five and shift the team’s culture to one of communication and continuous improvement.