Club AMPERE updates its Solvency II reporting tripartite template for Asset Managers


Club AMPERE updates its Solvency II reporting tripartite template for Asset Managers

Club Ampere tripartite template (TPT)

The Club Ampere published a version 3.0 of its tripartite template for Solvency II reporting on 13th October 2015.

Club Ampere’s tripartite template focuses on Solvency II reporting for Asset Managers to facilitate the data exchange with insurance/re-insurance undertakings. It contains more than 140 fields needed for the solvency capital requirements calculation and the supervisory disclosures set out in the Pillars I and III of the Solvency II framework.

The Club Ampere tripartite template is sponsored by the investment associations in France (AFG), UK (IMA) and Germany (BVI), and has the support of the investment associations in Italy, Netherlands, Austria and Luxembourg and of the EFAMA.

Club Ampere version 3.0 changes

Club Ampere’s version 3.0 template brings the following changes:

  • Clarification in the codification of the different fields;
  • Additional comments to help filling the template;
  • Name changes in the field description; and
  • An additional field for derivatives to fill, related to the underlying asset category.

Solvency II for Asset Managers

Deloitte has a long track record in supporting its clients with institutional investors reporting and can assist you in meeting your Solvency II reporting challenges with an offer covering:

  • Solvency II Club Ampere / BVI / IA template according to the version 3.0;
  • Solvency II SCR Market reporting according to latest EIOPA guidelines and technical specifications;
  • Other Solvency II transparency reporting such as model points, portfolio analytics or clients bespoke templates; and
  • Solvency II transparency aggregator and data quality management to lift the data aggregation and normalization workload on insurance undertaking.

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