16 Jun 2014
| Par Antoine Bourdais, Director of the Banking & Insurance Division | Invoke

In this expert opinion article, Invoke's Anne Leslie-Bini looks at how successfully managing the reporting and disclosure aspects of Solvency II involves mobilising a cohesive, cross-competency skill-set. She draws on Invoke's extensive industry experience to offer a number of recommendations aimed at de-risking the delivery of the very specific outputs that Pillar 3 demands by encouraging firms to maximise their agility through future-proofed infrastructure and data governance mechanisms that will support their businesses over time.

  • Insurance
  • Insurance regulatory reporting
  • XBRL reporting
  • Solvency 2

The practicalities of meeting the implementation deadlines for Solvency II are suddenly in the spotlight, with EIOPA recently publishing the first Q&A regarding the Technical Specifications for the Solvency II Preparatory Phase in addition to an update on the Data Point Model and XBRL Taxonomy.