In the post-Solvency II world, asset managers with insurance clients are grappling with additional layers of complexity. In addition to incorporating the cost of capital into the asset allocation process, they are also required to fulfill an extensive set of reporting obligations, leading them to partner with external vendors to implement a cost-effective and efficient workflow.
The Solvency II regulation laid out how insurers need to be capitalized and how they need to manage risks, but also changed the way insurers treat their investments by introducing new requirements around governance and accountability. Integrating this regulation across front and middle offices, from both a portfolio construction perspective and a regulatory perspective, requires a robust technology strategy, analytics, data and expertise.
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How Solvency II affects asset managers with insurance clients
The overall Solvency II framework and its three pillars
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