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RiskAgility Standard Formula (SF)

RiskAgility Standard Formula (SF)

Willis Towers Watson’s RiskAgility Standard Formula (SF) provides a ready-made solution for the Solvency II Standard Formula calculation.

In addition, it runs on the Unify platform to provide effective control and governance of the entire calculation process. Unify retains a full audit history of the model, parameters, input data and results.

The RiskAgility SF calculation engine is implemented in RiskAgility FM, the industry leader in financial modelling for life insurers. Companies that use RiskAgility FM may license the RiskAgility SF application to run in their existing computing environment.

Not currently using RiskAgility FM? RiskAgility SF is also available as a self-contained software product, including the Standard Formula application in RiskAgility FM and the Unify platform: everything you need to implement a Standard Formula solution into your business smoothly.

Key Features

  • Covers the full scope of the Solvency II Standard Formula, including all risks in precisely the same structure.
  • Supports aggregation of group structures, which enables you to combine business entities for flexible reporting and analysis.
  • Unlike the Solvency II spreadsheet, RiskAgility SF doesn’t require iterative calculations with helper functions. This simplifies the calculation process and makes it easier to understand the results.
  • The input interface provides context-sensitive references to the technical specification documents for the SCR and MCR and Own Funds calculations, making it easier to relate the results to the requirements.


RiskAgility SF is a fully-supported application. You will benefit from:

  • Updates: RiskAgility SF is fully supported and maintained by Willis Towers Watson
  • Helpline: We provide fast and expert advice in the use and deployment of the software

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