EY and Syntec Numerique (French trade association of software companies) just released the 6th edition of its Top250 Panorama. Invoke jumped 12 places, now ranking 111th on the list
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.
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.
Invoke ranks 81th at the 12th edition of ‘Truffle 100 France’, a ranking of the country’s top 100 software companies published by Truffle Capital in collaboration with CXP Group.
Invoke will be participating in the one-day Data for ERM & Solvency II 2016 Conference organised by InsuranceERM, London, 26 April 2016
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.
esure, the FTSE250 insurer well-known for its innovative marketing, brands and product quality has chosen e-Filing Insurance from Invoke for generating the Solvency II Pillar 3 quantitative reports in XBRL format expected by the Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA)
24-26 February 2015, Brussels.
An Infoline conference sponsored by Invoke.
"Solvency II Pillar 3: Truth in numbers"
This expert opinion article posted by Anne Leslie-Bini looks at how successfully managing the reporting and disclosure aspects of Solvency II involves mobilising a cohesive, cross-competency skill-set and draws on Invoke's extensive industry experience to offer a number of recommendations aimed at de-risking the delivery of very specific outputs that Pillar 3 demands.
Invoke will be participating in the one-day Data for ERM & Solvency II 2014 Conference organised by InsuranceERM, London, 15 May 2014.