On-Demand Webinar:

Risk Management and Compliance with Solvency II




Prasun Mathur 
The Phoenix Group 

Raphael Borrel
Insurance Strategy Perspectives


In the coming months leading up to 2016, an increasingly large number of insurers will be focusing on the specific details of fully complying with all phases of Solvency II requirements.

This webinar focused on primary areas of Solvency II-related risk management, looking at both IMAP and Pillar 3. You will also see how one insurer is managing risk to better optimize their balance sheet usage to most effectively deploy regulatory capital.

Key areas covered:

  • Best risk measurement practices under Solvency II
  • Key considerations for insurance internal model validation
  • Overview of asset-specific capital requirements and quantitative challenges
  • Changing regulatory landscape and improved governance and risk management
  • Methodologies and challenges in valuation of assets and liabilities in computing capital requirements

This webinar provided insight into best practices for Solvency II compliance and how your organization can best be prepared for ongoing Solvency related requirements significantly impacting strategic risk related business decisions.


Prasun Mathur
Prasun Mathur is Deputy Head of Investment Risk & ALM Strategy in the Financial Management practice of the Phoenix Group. He is responsible for leading the development of models and processes to pro-actively measure, monitor and manage Phoenix's £7B annuity book. He has been involved in derivative transactions, investment strategy and asset-liability-management.

Raphael Borrel
Raphael manages the Advanced Internal Model Uses Workgroup, part of the Internal Model Industry Forum organised by the Institute of Risk Management. He is currently the Solvency II programme manager at Aspen. Raphael has 15 year experience of building, enhancing and embedding lean and efficient risk management frameworks across all risk classes within the Insurance industry. He currently focuses on assisting companies to operationalise their business strategy using advanced risk appetite and risk management frameworks.