Would you like to understand how the regulatory implementation of Solvency II taxonomy version 2.3.0 will affect your work or how to minimize your regulatory burden? If this is the case, feel free to join BR-AG’s webinar on July 23rd @ 12:00PM CEST (UTC/GMT +2:00) dedicated to insurers / actuaries / and any other financial institutions affected by the Solvency II.
Listen to Michał Skopowski PhD, BR-AG’s Chief Business Advisor, who consults EIOPA in defining data models and XBRL taxonomies and learn more about:
- significant changes to the scope of business validation rules,
- new reporting requirements defined in insurance taxonomy 2.3.0.
Dr. Michał Skopowski, is the Chief Business Advisor at BR-AG, specializing in financial regulatory standards and data modelling primarily in the field of central banking and financial supervision. Dr. Skopowski has been particularly active in collaborating with central banks, both in Europe and globally. He has co-led BR-AG’s projects for the EIOPA, ESMA, European Commission, European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, National Bank of Spain, Bank of England, as well as Bank of Israel and Bank of Indonesia. In addition, he is one of the co-authors of the Data Point Modelling (DPM) methodology, a data-centric approach to data modelling, developed together with European and National Supervisory Agencies to improve the coherence, consistency and reliability of data modelling according to regulatory standards.
A smooth transfer from one reporting framework to another may be achieved with the use of reporting tools designed to understand, analyse and meet the regulatory requirements. Hence, the second part of the webinar will consist of a live demonstration of our solution for regulatory reporting – RTK. During this part we will show you how to:
- quickly validate your report and fix validation errors,
- reduce the number of rejected reports,
- keep your data secure using local storage of data.