Event | Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Join Invoke and its UK expert team in London on April 26, 2016
Invoke will be participating in the one-day Data for ERM & Solvency II 2016 Conference organised by InsuranceERM, London, 26 April 2016
  • Event
  • Insurance regulatory reporting
  • Solvency II CMR Reporting
  • Insurance
  • Solvency 2


Bringing together high-profile industry, regulatory and technology leaders, the ERM & Data for Solvency II conference is the occasion for in-depth discussion and incisive analysis around the key issues that are currently mobilising stakeholders in the insurance sector with regard to the increasingly crucial role of data in the context of ERM and Solvency II.

More information on the Insurance ERM website.

Don’t miss the Solvency II Pillar 3 Reporting panel discussion

At the occasion of this fourth edition of the ERM & Data for Solvency II conference, Antoine Bourdais, Director of the Banking and Insurance Division at Invoke, will participate in a panel themed “Solvency II Pillar 3 Reporting to a tighter timescale”.

A this point where deadlines are imminent and timelines progressively shrinking for Solvency II reporting, Antoine Bourdais will share Invoke’s experience in accompanying insurance firms with their Pillar 3 reporting and tackle the organizational impacts of the new requirements in the current context of ever-changing regulation. With EIOPA planning two taxonomy releases a year, firms will indeed need to keep their teams agile if they want to cope with the new requirements.

He will focus on the extra requirements of annual reports, that are due in 2017, and explain how insurance firms will have to manage to stay at the same time in “production mode” to deliver their reporting to the supervisory authority, and in “project mode” to prepare the annual reports submissions.

And as it is critical not to loose sight of the fact that data quality should be at the heart of Solvency II reporting, he will turn to the subject of the necessary industrialization of production processes to achieve data quality and meet the regulators’ expectations.

Moderated by

Chris Cundy, Editor, INSURANCEERM


Paul Appleton

Paul Appleton

Senior Manager Accounting Policy

Lewis Webber

Lewis Webber

Senior Manager, Financial Stability and Risk Capital Markets Division
Bank of England