Solvency II: rethinking infrastructure investments

On 1 April 2016, the European Commission’s Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/467 relating to Solvency II – the European risk-based capital regime – was published into the Official Journal of the…

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…mandate, complexity and timing. 10 Solvency II: rethinking infrastructure investments On 1 April 2016, the European Commission’s Delegated Regulation relating to Solvency II – the European risk-based capital regime –…

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…The data requirements coming from regulations such as MiFID II, CRD IV, EMIR and Solvency II are increasingly granular, and firms need to be able to put them in context…

The aftermath of summer 2014 … onwards and upwards?

…251-page consultation on the transposition of Solvency II. The most important part of this consultation concerns the long-term guarantees (LTG) package, which is a set of new measures designed to…

A busy month for financial services regulation

…final publication of important new regulations in the Official Journal of the EU, including SFTR, Payment Services Directive 2 and the third group of implementing regulations on Solvency II. This…

Plumbing the reporting infrastructure

…reports sent on a T+1 basis to different bodies and aggregated in parallel with risk used for statistics. Furthermore, some regulatory rules, like CRD IV, AnaCredit and Solvency II, require…

10 Things You Need to Know about AnaCredit

…Considering the increasingly complex internal and statutory requirements of industry specific regulatory reporting, such as AIFMD, Solvency II, Basel III, MiFID II, etc., there is a risk of inconsistent reporting…

The cost of implementing the LEI: CDOs under the gun?

…window for 2014-15 that all need data support. Trans-atlantic examples include: the EBA’s data point model for CRD IV reporting, RRPs, EMIR, MiFID II and Solvency II; and there are…

EBA to mandate LEI: But key questions remain unanswered

…produce conflicting requirements for its use across risk, trading and other 2014 regulatory initiatives (e.g., Solvency II, AMLD IV etc…), forcing firms to implement yet another mapping column. Without guidance…