The Central Bank of Ireland decided to add changes into the Solvency II National Specific Templates (NSTs). The taxonomy version 130 will be effective from Q4 2018.
Reporting Technology, Analytics, Standards and Strategy are the main topics that industry leaders will discuss during the Data Amplified conference, which will take place in Dubai, November 13-15, 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.
Invoke has received its third industry award in recognition of their software solution's excellence in regulatory reporting for the insurance industry.
Your e-Filing Insurance collaborative web portal now provides a standard module for the automated production of Solvency II Public Disclosure reports.
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.
Also nominated for "Best Regulatory Reporting Software", Invoke has won "Best Data Solution" competition at the Insurance ERM Awards.
Invoke, a European leader in financial, regulatory and tax reporting software, announces the establishment of its fully-owned Portuguese subsidiary, thus expanding its European footprint to the Iberian Banking and Insurance markets.
Always committing to furthering the XBRL standard, Invoke actively participate in the upcoming Data Amplified conference that will take place in Singapore, on Novembre 8-10, 2016. Organized by XBRL International Inc., this conference focuses on the impacts that new data technologies and processes are having on how data is reported and how it is used to advance business goals.
Invoke Software Ltd are pleased to announce that the first live submissions under the new Solvency II regime went smoothly for all their UK and Irish client insurers. The latter 170+ undertakings successfully remitted their Day one, Quarterly SII and ECB reports to their respective supervisory authorities, as well as the National Specific Templates (NSTs) for Q1, as required by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) - Ireland being a pioneer EU country to implement its additional local requirements in XBRL format.