More NewsP&V Group Chooses SAS for Risk Management and Solvency II Compliance

P&V Group Chooses SAS for Risk Management and Solvency II Compliance

P&V Group, a co-operative insurance group that operates in Belgium and Luxembourg, has chosen SAS Risk Management for Insurance to provide a central, firm-wide risk reporting solution that will help the organisation obtain a consistent and quick view of the overall risk exposures across its insurance entities in a structured and auditable way.

With SAS, P&V Group will be able to swiftly implement any new and future reporting requirements, including internal and Solvency II regulatory reports. SAS Risk Management for Insurance helps companies implement the Solvency II standard model approach for calculating risk-based capital. The solution is built on a robust data management and reporting platform that integrates with the SAS insurance data model.

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