Solvency II: Preparing for Implementation

18th-19th February 2015

About the Course

With the 'go-live' date for Solvency II set for January 2016, Insurers now have a far clearer idea of what is required of them in order to be compliant with this long awaited regulation. The focus is now placed on implementation, but challenges remain despite the provision of much needed clarity in this area.

This course will provide delegates will a comprehensive update on Solvency II; expert tutors will offer practical guidance on implementation and delegates will have the opportunity to discuss key issues with their peers and benchmark their work.

Course Highlights

  • Overview of the latest developments in Solvency I
  •  Discussion of the ORSA process requirements    
  • A range of industry perspectives
  •  Insights on stress testing and internal modelling
  •  Focus on implementation across Europe
  •  Examination of the data challenges presented by Solvency II

Day 1 Sessions : Wednesday 18 February,2015

  • Overview of the progress of Solvency II
  • Developing Internal Models
  • Stress Testing and Solvency II
  • Balance Sheet Management Under Solvency II

Day 2 Sessions : Thursday 19 February, 2015

  • Implementing an Effective FLOAR (ORSA) Programme
  • Complying with Pillar 3 Reporting Requirements
  • Meeting the Data Management Requirements of Solvency II
  • The Implementation of Solvency II: Supervisory Approaches

Course Tutors

  • Paul Appleton, Senior Manager, Accounting Policy, Lloyd's Market Finance
  • Jan Parner, Deputy Director General, Danish Financial Supervisory Authority
  • Sylvie Focquet, Head of Solvency II, Governance and Validation, AXA 
  • Anthon Seidel, Head of Group Wide ORSA Implementation, Swiss re
  • Chris Johnson, Head of Product Management, Market Data Services, HSBC
  • David Simmons, Head of Strategic Capital and Result Management, Willis re

Further Speakers to be confirmed, please check back for updates