Having read Article 28 (Own Risk Assessment) of the new IORP II Directive, you would like to know how an ORA process works. And what a good ORA report and a clear ORA policy would actually look like.



The ORSA of Solvency II has a lot in common with the ORA. As early as 2011, ITDS supported a major health insurerce company in the implementation of the official ORSA pilot from the DNB. Since then, we have helped several medium-sized and large insurers set up their ORSA process, policy and reporting. It would be our pleasure to apply our solutions directly to your ORA.



The opportunity to hit the ground running for your ORA thanks to an ORA-process template that can be adapted to your specific situation. Concrete examples are provided. This will help you to compile a clear ORA report with a discernible central thread running throughout the report. It will aslo formulate an ORA policy to be understandable.





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