Moody’s Analytics insurance regulatory capital solutions support solvency metrics and the associated reporting from both a group and solo perspective. They help insurers comply with Solvency II and other similar regulatory regimes, offering both standard-formula and internal-model approaches.
Moody's Analytics insurance regulatory capital solutions address business needs and production requirements associated with regulatory capital calculations and reporting. They have been optimized to manage the required risk and finance data by gathering, consolidating, and quality-checking large, disparate datasets from the various systems required for calculations and reporting. These scalable, enterprise-wide solutions allow users to manage risk and solvency business processes in a multi-user/multi-site environment.
The Moody's Analytics insurance regulatory reporting solution uses results produced by Moody's Analytics insurance regulatory capital solutions to prepare required regulatory reports across a range of formats including XLS and XBRL. It can seamlessly process and consolidate imported results from other internal systems. The combined solutions provide a strategic platform for all the data and quantitative reporting aspects of Solvency II and other similar regulatory regimes.
Efficiently execute standard formula or internal model
The standard-formula SCR is based on a one-year, value-at-risk (VaR) stress and correlate approach that uses predefined parameters calibrated by the relevant regulator. Moody’s Analytics integrates the latest regulations as they evolve, saving the time and effort of building and updating standard-formula parameters. The internal-model capability is based on a one-year, VaR, Monte Carlo approach, allowing insurers to have a more in-depth understanding of their risk exposure that can support more effective risk-based decision making. The approach is underpinned by proxy models that are used for modeling both assets and liabilities, and one-year VaR risk scenarios for the simulation of market and non-market risks.
Address your solvency capital requirements (SCR) with one platform
Moody's Analytics insurance regulatory capital solutions support both standard-formula and internal-model approaches within a single platform.
Senior Director, Product Management
Brian joined Moody’s Analytics in 2012 and is responsible for product development and advisory within insurance across capital modeling and ERM. More recently he has been leading Moody’s Analytics insurance business insight offering, which helps in areas such as stress and scenario testing, and business projections.
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