Solvency II and disclosure requirements

An underestimated challenge

The third pillar of Solvency II places wide-ranging and extremely detailed obligations on insurance companies to disclose information to the regulator and the public. If you need support to help you meet these obligations, d-fine is the right choice.

Quantitative reporting templates

We have already helped numerous companies to implement quantitative reporting templates and are very familiar with the challenges involved. In our experience, it is often the amount of detail required by QRTs for the solvency balance sheet that causes problems, forcing companies to redesign the chains supplying data to their actuarial kernels. Thanks to our experience, we can help you to resolve such problems quickly and permanently.

IT infrastructure

Most companies will find it impossible to implement QRT reporting without massive technical support. We have considerable experience of all of the most popular systems and data architectures and can merge them into your own IT landscape in order to find the best solution for your company.

Narrative reporting

The solvency balance sheet constitutes another element of balance sheet control. Narrative reporting in the form of SFCRs and RSRs is intended to make this transparent for those outside the company. At the same time, you are obliged to disclose a good deal of information about the performance of your business and your risk management system. Drawing on our experience and the expertise in regulatory issues that we have built up over many years, we can provide all of the help you need as soon as you need it. We know what the regulator expects and can show you how to meet those expectations in your reports.