Standard Solvency II asset data framework 'at least 12 months' away

Asset managers seek to standardise Solvency II asset data provision, but industry-wide solution presents challenges

Dirk Ppielas at JP Morgan
Dirk Popielas, JP Morgan Asset Management

A standard framework for delivering Solvency II asset data from investment firms to insurers is at least a year away, asset managers predict.

The investment management industry is keen to develop an industry-wide standard approach to the management and provision of asset data to meet the tough new Solvency II requirements.

But the lack of a central body to develop the standards and potential commercial conflicts of interest mean a market-wide standard will be challenging to develop. Many expect

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