Solvency II

Solvency II

Data to Support You with Pillars I and III

Solvency II: The Right Data

Don’t suffer with Solvency II. SIX provides granular, cross-asset class reference and pricing data to help insurers and asset managers calculate capital adequacy under Pillar 1, and handle reporting and disclosures under Pillar 3.
Our data has the consistency and provenance to ensure accuracy, completeness and appropriateness for calculating Solvency Capital Requirements (SCRs), Minimal Capital Requirements (MCRs) and producing Quantitative Reporting Templates (QRTs).
SIX also provides additional data requirements such as Complementary Identifier Codes (CICs), NACE industrial classifications and Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs).

How You Will Benefit

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SIX is continuously monitoring the regulations space for updates and adding any relevant information to our data and services. Our experts are happy to answer any questions you might have.

About This Service

Granular Solvency II data from SIX helps you ensure accuracy, completeness and appropriateness when calculating capital adequacy so you can handle reporting and disclosures with confidence. Get the details of our service in this section.

Solvency II: Service Overview

Understand how the Solvency II data set by SIX can help your firm guarantee accurate, complete and appropriate data to support Pillar 1 and Pillar 3 compliance. Our factsheet gives you all the information you need and details on how we help our clients tackle the risk management and compliance challenges of the regulatory environment.

Additional Available Attributes

In addition to capital adequacy data fields, the following reference data is available upon request:

  • Complementary Identification Codes (CICs)
  • Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs) / ISO 17422
  • NACE industrial classifications and credit ratings
  • Entity and security level ratings from S&P, Moody’s & Fitch
  • Fixed income evaluated pricing
  • Funds look-through: line-by-line composition and corresponding weighting for over 400,000 funds as reported by Morningstar