A fresh take on risk and valuation


The Solvency II 2020 Review is nearing its final stages, whereby the European Commission published the proposed Solvency II Directive in Q3 2021. It will soon become a requirement to adapt the proposed Solvency II Directive at a national level once it is approved by the European Parliament and the European Council. This is expected to happen by the end of 2023.

To help our insurance clients flag any significant changes in advance of the new Directive and plan for the challenges that come with it, including the new revised delegated regulations, we are conducting a 1-hour online interactive session on the proposed changes to the SII Directive. 

This workshop is intended for all insurers and reinsurers regulated by Solvency II. It will be relevant for Senior stakeholders and members of your Risk, Actuarial, Finance, Accounting and Reporting teams. 

Depending on your specific preferences, the workshop will cover:

•             Background information
•             Solvency II 2020 review timelines
•             Pillar 1 changes
•             Pillar 2 changes
•             Pillar 3 changes

Register below or contact francis.furey@finalyse.com for more details. 

We look forward to talking to you. 

Register now

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About the team

Francis Furey


Francis is a Principal Consulting Actuary with over 14 years of experience in the life and non-life (re)insurance industry. His areas of expertise are financial reporting and prudential regulation. Francis works in a financial reporting and capital modelling capacity with extensive exposure to domestic and international clients and a keen eye on new regulatory developments.



Divyank Garg


Divyank is a Senior Actuarial Consultant in the Finalyse Risk Advisory Insurance Practice, with more than 7 years of experience in Solvency II, Economic Capital modelling, ALM and MCEV and under different accounting regimes such as IFRS and USGAAP. He has an in-depth knowledge of insurance cash flow modelling, analysis of change, income statement and balance sheet reporting.