Solvency II asset data formatting will breed ‘inconsistencies’

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Insurers and asset managers foresee difficulties sourcing and assigning the required asset data for their Solvency II Pillar III reporting, especially in the case of alternative assets such as infrastructure loans and structured notes.

Pillar III of the European directive mandates insurers to complete quarterly quantitative reporting templates (QRTs) detailing information on their asset holdings, including data on asset type, risk profile, geography and value.

Insurers say finding accurate and c

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