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BWise introduces Solvency II compliance best practice approach

28 May 2009  |  2102 views  |  0 Source: BWise

BWise, the global leader in governance, risk and compliance (GRC) management software, today announced a new approach for developing and embedding the required risk management system for Solvency II compliance.

Solvency II demands a risk management system embedded throughout the organization to manage the risks related to the business processes of an insurer to protect investments. According to Luc Brandts, founder and CTO of BWise, "It's important for European insurance companies to start building qualitative process-based risk management systems integrated with their quantitative systems."

A process-based risk program is the basis for all other risk management programs like credit, market and liquidity risk. Developing such a program is a time consuming project, because the involvement of the entire business is required and the framework needs to be developed following the evolving regulatory requirements. Most insurance companies have already implemented a quantitative risk management system under Pillar 1 requirements, but now a process-based approach is the answer to requirements under Pillar 2.

BWise has developed a solution for the integration and implementation of Governance, Risk and Compliance initiatives into multinational corporations, using a process-based approach. "Based on our experience, we have developed capabilities within the software to help organizations get business managers and employees involved; to help them identify risks, to realize transparency and to embed the GRC framework into the organization. By using the BWise solution, companies will be able to identify potential business process improvements and create in-depth reports for management," Luc Brandts explained. Eventually, BWise will help insurance companies to comply with Solvency II and to prove to regulators that they are truly in control of their risks. This will result in the optimal required solvency margin.

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