VAG, GroMiKV and PFE.06.02.30…the latest new additions to our regulatory reporting templates

A constant challenge for the Asset Management industry in particular is keeping up-to-date with ever-evolving regulatory requirements as well as concentrating on making those all-important returns for investors. Our regulatory experts make it a priority to continuously monitor for updates and develop our solutions in response to these changes, so that our clients don’t have to.

In light of this, we are pleased to advise of the latest extension to our well-regarded Solvency II Manager solution with the addition of VAG and GroMiKV reporting to our suite of templates. These reports are defined by the German regulatory body and will support our clients with the marketing of their funds to the German fund investment and insurance markets. We also now support production of the EIOPA PFE.06.02.30 templates following changes to Pension Fund reporting regulations. This report will ensure that our Asset Manager clients who manage Pension Fund money from within the Eurozone are able to provide statistical data on their funds’ underlying assets on a quarterly basis, as now required.

These templates are the latest add on to our Solvency II Manager solution, which sits alongside our MiFID II Manager solution and our KIID and PRIIP KID Distribution service.  As a FundsLibrary client you can rest assured that you will always be futureproofed against any regulatory updates and changes.

Please get in touch if you would like to know more.


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