General Insurance Article - Silverfinch launches data model Wiki


Silverfinch, the secure fund data utility allowing asset managers to handle the look-through data requests from their insurance company investors, has launched a dedicated Wiki page to enable the industry to share information on regulatory data models.

 The Wiki provides information on the widely adopted Solvency II Tripartite data exchange template as well as Silverfinch’s own proprietary data model (Runway to Regulation), allowing industry practitioners to pose questions and exchange their own views on the implementation of the data models and therefore contribute to a shared understanding and consistent approach in the market.

 John Dowdall, managing director of Silverfinch said:
 “Solvency II D-Day is rapidly approaching and there is a concerning lack of forums and discussion arenas for industry members to debate freely the different options available to them. Following on from our Solvency II forum last week, at which we covered many of the queries insurers and asset managers have around the new regulation, this Wiki explains the finer details behind topics such as data points, issuer countries and securitisation types.

 “We hope that this open forum will not only encourage peer to peer understanding, but also help to remove the shroud of misunderstanding around Solvency II, providing an outlet where users can freely pose questions and learn from their industry colleagues’ experience.”

 The Wiki is free to use and can be accessed at silverfinch Users can sign on using their LinkedIn credentials or by requesting a log on from wiki 
  

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