Solvency II: Getting Ready For 2016 -- Webcast


On November 6, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about readiness for the deadline to comply with Solvency II capital adequacy regulation

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With the compliance deadline of January 2016 fixed in for Solvency II, the industries attention has been caught and, as a result moved it's focus. Firms are contending with multiple providers and sources of data relevant to Solvency II compliance, leading to more complex paths for routing the relevant data. The first task therefore may be collecting and organizing this data in one place.

Our panellists will be answering these key questions:

- Do you have the right systems in place to meet the 2016 deadline?
- What are the potential conflicts or discrepancies when deploying identifiers and codes?
- Is the industry making progress on cooperation among firms to meet compliance standards for Solvency II?

Our expert speakers are:

  • Moderator: Michael Shashoua, Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA
  • Indrajit Chatterjee, Senior Manager, SCOTIABANK
  • Mohammad Ahmad, Executive Director, UBS GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
  • Tim Lind, Global Head of Financial Regulation Solutions, THOMSON REUTERS
  • Darren Marsh, Senior Product Manager, SIX FINANCIAL INFORMATION


This webinar is no longer available.

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