Silverfinch reaches EUR 2.5trillion in client assets
October 14, 2015

Silverfinch, a secure fund data utility allowing asset managers to handle look-through data requests from their insurance company investors, says it is now handling EUR 2.5 trillion of look-through assets for asset manager clients world-wide.

Quarter 3 2015 saw Silverfinch running insurer look-through data for over 20 percent of the top 50 global cross-border asset managers and the firm expects this figure to more than double in Quarter 4 ahead of Solvency II going live in 2016.

Managing Director John Dowdall said:"Silverfinch allows asset managers to automatically provide each of their insurer clients with the granular data they need on their investments to comply with the new regulation. With Solvency II D-Day' rapidly approaching, we have seen a huge increase in asset managers seeking support to address these requirements and manage the steep rise in requests they are receiving.

"Solvency II has the capacity to change the way in which insurers select their asset managers going forward and asset managers are becoming increasingly aware of the opportunities that this regulation will generate."





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Silverfinch, a secure fund data utility allowing asset managers to handle look-through data requests from their insurance company investors, says it is now handling EUR 2.5 trillion of look-through assets for asset manager clients world-wide.

Quarter 3 2015 saw Silverfinch running insurer look-through data for over 20 percent of the top 50 global cross-border asset managers and the firm expects this figure to more than double in Quarter 4 ahead of Solvency II going live in 2016.

Managing Director John Dowdall said:"Silverfinch allows asset managers to automatically provide each of their insurer clients with the granular data they need on their investments to comply with the new regulation. With Solvency II D-Day' rapidly approaching, we have seen a huge increase in asset managers seeking support to address these requirements and manage the steep rise in requests they are receiving.

"Solvency II has the capacity to change the way in which insurers select their asset managers going forward and asset managers are becoming increasingly aware of the opportunities that this regulation will generate."



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