The Altova Solvency II XBRL add-in for Excel is targeted towards businesses and organizations that submit Solvency II data in XBRL format, as part of Solvency II regulatory framework for insurance companies.
The Altova Solvency II XBRL add-in for Excel enables stakeholders in the Solvency II process to do the following:
•Enter Solvency II data in Microsoft Excel, using a predefined template spreadsheet which maps to the Solvency II XBRL taxonomy.
•Validate report data directly from Excel, to ensure it conforms to the Solvency II XBRL taxonomy.
•Export Solvency II reports from Excel to XBRL format.
•Import data from existing Solvency II XBRL reports into Excel.
The following taxonomies are currently supported:
•Solvency II Taxonomies 2.0.1, 2.1.0, 2.2.0 HOTFIX, 2.3.0 HOTFIX, 2.4.0 (with HOTFIX 04/11/2019)
•Pension Funds Taxonomy 2.3.0
In addition, the supported local taxonomies are as follows:
•Bank of England (BOE) Insurance Taxonomy 1.1
•Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) SolvencyII NST 1.4
•De Nederlandsche Bank Financieel Toetsingskader (DNB FTK) 2.1
•National Bank of Belgium (NBB) IRI 1.0.1
•The additional local taxonomies are not installed by default. You can download them at https://www.altova.com/solvency/download#components.
•For older versions of supported taxonomies, clear the Show most current entry points check box on the "Select Entry Point" dialog box, see Creating a New Report.
•Windows 7 SP1 with Platform Update, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 with Platform Update or newer
•Microsoft Excel 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010
•.NET Framework 4.0 or later
•If you use Excel 2010, Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Runtime (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48217) must be installed.
The add-in is available for both Microsoft Excel 32-bit and 64-bit. Because of memory requirements, some entry points cannot be loaded in the 32-bit version of the add-in, in which case they are disabled. To load such entry points, use Excel 64-bit and install the 64-bit version of the add-in.
Last updated: 10 March 2020