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Dataloop for Solvency II Insurers live on 1 November
The Dataloop application for Solvency II insurers will go live in My DNB on 1 November. Dataloop offers you an improved user experience when interacting with DNB on supervisory reports, and DNB can use Dataloop to assess report data quality more efficiently. We announced Dataloop and provided some background in a September 5th news item.
Published: 18 October 2023
The deadlines for the upcoming Solvency II quarterly reports are 6 November for solo insurers, 18 December for groups, and 20 November for the financial stability groups. You must still submit your report via the Reporting Service as before. If you already have access to the Reporting Service, you will also automatically have access to Dataloop. From 1 November, you will see your submitted reports in Dataloop, including the status of data quality checks. You can then process any outstanding items from within the application. From 2024, annual reporting for SII and the national reporting templates (VNS XBRL) will also be available in Dataloop.
More information and online information sessions
See the Dataloop page for more information about the application, including a Q&A and a user manual. We will also be offering a number of online information sessions for all interested reporters where we will demonstrate how Dataloop works. The sessions are scheduled as follows:
- Thursday, 2 November: 12:00 - 13:00
- Thursday, 9 November: 16:00 - 17:00
- Wednesday, 15 November: 13:00 - 14:00
Want to subscribe or receive more information?
Would you, as a Solvency II insurer, like to participate in an online information session? Please contact us at Dataloop@dnb.nl. Do you have any questions or comments about Dataloop? Please use the same email address.
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