Solvency II presents major challenges for the insurance industry, as all insurance companies operating in the European Union must submit a complex set of quarterly and annual reports to the respective EU supervisory authorities in each country (Ministry of Finance). Most insurance companies underestimate the complexity of Solvency II reporting; furthermore existing IT systems are not designed to fulfill Solvency II requirements.
Working closely with insurance industry representatives, BearingPoint has developed a pan-European reporting solution for Solvency II that covers the standard and local requirements of regulators. It covers all Quantitative Reporting Templates (QRTs) currently defined by the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) and will be continuously adapted to reflect subsequent regulatory changes.
Built on the successful, well-established ABACUS/DaVinci technology platform (used extensively for regulatory reporting in Banking), ABACUS/Solvency II offers insurance companies a number of key benefits:
BearingPoint offers a complete service portfolio including Solvency II transformation support, a professional helpdesk as well as ongoing solution adaptations.
“Our focus extends beyond software design and implementation” says Patrick Maeder, Head of BearingPoint’s Insurance Segment. “It includes Solvency II transformation support as well as ongoing solution adaptations that we can make swiftly thanks to our close relations with local regulators and insurance associations.”
Juergen Lux, Head of ABACUS/Solvency II at BearingPoint adds: ”ABACUS/Solvency II keeps BearingPoint at the forefront of regulatory reporting in Europe. Our rapidly-growing team has close to 100 people fully dedicated to regulatory reporting, supplemented by a large network of Solvency II consultants Europe-wide.”
BearingPoint’s ambition is to establish ABACUS/Solvency II as an industry standard, and accordingly plans a user-friendly interface in all major European languages.
BearingPoint delivers business consulting with management and technology capabilities. As an independent firm with European roots and global reach BearingPoint serves leading companies and public sector organisations world-wide to align and optimise processes, IT and operating models with business strategy. Driven by a strong entrepreneurial mindset and desire to create long-term partnerships, BearingPoint’s consultants are committed to delivering excellence and value to their clients. The firm’s approach to working with clients is highly collaborative and designed to improve business performance, from strategy through to execution. BearingPoint currently employs 3,200 people in 15 countries.
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