The PRA has published a new Consultation Paper detailing proposed changes to reporting requirements.
The PRA has announced that insurance firms under their supervision should continue to use the EIOPA taxonomy 2.6 going forward.
EIOPA has released the roadmap for future taxonomies, starting with the publication of the first public working draft (PWD) for taxonomy 2.7.0.
In a Supervisory Statement, the PRA has announced changes to the reporting requirements for third country branches.
Feedback published by the PRA to the responses to CP11/21
Also nominated for "Best Regulatory Reporting Software", Invoke has won "Best Data Solution" competition at the Insurance ERM Awards.
Invoke UK will be pleased to welcome their Syndicate clients a two-hour breakfast seminar that will be held in their office facilities in Canary Wharf, London.
Invoke is pleased to announce that all their Managing Agent customers leveraged the Invoke software to successfully submit Day1 and Quarterly Solvency II reporting to Lloyd’s of London. These submissions were expected from Lloyd’s syndicates on Core Market Returns for Day1 and Quarterly reporting on April 7th and May 5th in 2016 respectively.
The road to Solvency II reporting has not been easy. For Lloyd’s syndicates, complying with the additional challenges of the Lloyd’s market regulations, things are perhaps even tougher. Managing agency Asta explains to Sarfraz Thind, Insurance ERM, how it is preparing for lift-off next year.