COREP (Common Reporting) - Your basic system for OPR states Details, OPR LOSS Details and SOLVA Group - Connect your events' data base for a value in

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COREP (Common Reporting) - Your basic system for OPR states Details, OPR LOSS Details and SOLVA Group - Connect your events' data base for a value in use combining the Standard formulae and AMA

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Description

VAR3000A - operational Risk
COREP (COMMON REPORTING)

The Basic system of your OPR states Details, OPR LOSS Details and SOLVA GROUP connected directly in your Data base of incidents for a strong value in use of the Standard and AMA (Statement of raw losses and net losses).

Surveillance on individual base and on strengthened base:

Choice of applications: what do you want to make?
-TO TREAT MULTIANNUAL DATA (internal Control of periodic synthesis) = Applications of the Vector A

-TO TREAT QUARTERLY DATA (or BIANNUAL) and ANNUAL (permanent internal Control) = Applications of the Vector B

Available versions:

-"Banks": credit institutions and companies of investment (Basel 2);
- "Quoted Company": Insurances (Solvency II),
-"Quote Company" and SMALL and MEDIUM-SIZED FIRM: Industries and Services (Declension of the Directive CRD of Basel 2)

Characteristics:
-GRC (Governance, Risks and Compliance): Global ALM model
-This software works with an integrated statutory and technical assistant;
- Reports (Out put) are restored to every phase in your intranet:

. On one hand in the internal control for decisions to set, notably for the OPR LOSS Details state, the decisions relative to " potentially recoverable Losses directly and by mechanisms of transfer of risks ", the recoverable amount directly and the transferable amount in the assurance for the VaR by type of event and by line of activity (hidden Losses, UL) + (visible Losses, EL)

. On the other hand in your software packages of process for the organization and the follow-up of the performance.
 
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