La France Mutualiste taps SAS® to consolidate risk management, regulatory support   

SAS® Risk Management for Insurance helps insurer master Solvency II compliance

To meet the demanding regulatory requirements of Solvency II, La France Mutualiste needed a consolidated risk platform that comprises data collection, reporting and risk analysis. In choosing SAS® Risk Management for Insurance, the mutual savings and retirement company was drawn to more than the solution's advanced technologies. It also sought the industry expertise SAS could deliver, to help the company comply with increasing Solvency II requirements. SAS France will implement the solution for La France Mutualiste.

SAS Risk Management for Insurance is a comprehensive solution for performing risk analysis and risk-based capital calculation for insurers. The software enables organizations to take a proactive approach to risk management, and at the same time align the process with business strategy. SAS helps insurance companies – both life and property and casualty – put to work Solvency II standard model approach for calculating risk-based capital for the company's advantage. It is built on a robust data management and reporting platform that includes an insurance-specific data model for complex risk analytics.

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SAS Adriatic Region is a division of SAS Institute Inc. covering Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia and established in 1992. For more than 20 years SAS Adriatic Region has been dedicated to client’s success whilst creating measurable business value for customers. As result 97% of SAS Adriatic Region customers decide to renew their licenses every year.

 

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