6 Aug 2018

Invoke responds to new reporting requirements including the new “Pillar 2 liquidity” data item, published in the extended version of the Bank of England Banking taxonomy. 

1 Aug 2018

The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) validated the change of the reporting format from Microsoft Excel workbooks to XBRL for NSTs, Model Drift, MRS and IMO. 

12 Jul 2018

The new cross-border resolution mechanism in the Banking Union results in a host of new challenges for both the banks and the National Resolution Authorities (NRAs) with regard to reporting requirements.

17 May 2018

Invoke, a benchmark provider of financial and tax processing software, announces the certification of its Invoke FAS IFRS 16 solution by a leading Big Four accounting firm. The standard configuration of the solution ensures full compliance of generated consolidation adjustments.

26 Feb 2018

Invoke has received its third industry award in recognition of their software solution's excellence in regulatory reporting for the insurance industry.

20 Feb 2018

Your e-Filing Insurance collaborative web portal now provides a standard module for the automated production of Solvency II Public Disclosure reports.

18 Jul 2017

To enable CRD IV firms in the UK to respond rapidly and regularly to new reporting requirements, Invoke has extended its product line to the Bank of England (BoE) taxonomy, related to PRA 101 - 103 and PRA 104 - 108 reports.

29 Jun 2017

As Europe’s reference in matters of banking regulatory reporting, the software provider Invoke meets AnaCredit’s granular reporting requirements with its multi-framework reporting solution Invoke Regulatory.

29 May 2017

The Invoke group’s general assembly took place on May 16, 2017 in Mont-Saint-Aignan. On December 31, 2016, balance sheet quality for Invoke France, Invoke Luxembourg, and Invoke UK demonstrated the group’s vitality, which was further confirmed by the financial situation of these entities at the end of March 2017.

3 Apr 2017

The conference is meant to shed some lights on supervision practice in South East Europe, with particular emphasis on cooperation between insurance companies and supervision agencies in the countries of the region.

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