Integration of SAP FS-SR-DE

Servicepackage "Consulting, Integration and Customization FS-SR-DE" for your BaFin Reporting

Financial Service Statutory Reporting in Germany with SAP FS-SR-DE

As a long-term statutory reporting development partner of SAP, COMPIRICUS AG supports and supervises German insurance companies in implementing SAP Reporting Software FS-SR-DE as well as with the required adjustments and adaptations to new statutory requirements of the GERMAN FINANCIAL SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY (BaFin):

  • Implementing the SAP Statutory Reporting Module FS-SR-DE
    • Asset directories, supporting documentations (NW671, NW672, NW673) and fixed assets
    • Automatic deriving of statutory reporting designation 
    • Data migration
  • Implementing the statutory changes in insurance reporting
  • Supporting the SAP reporting module FS-SR-DE and further developing it according to clients’ requirements
  • GERMAN FINANCIAL SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY (BaFin) Reporting

Previous references and projects of

  • Multiple implementations of SAP FS-SR-DE
  • Numerous references from implementing statutory changes, adjustments and collective administrative act
  • Implementing the SAP’s BVI data sheet solution
  • Implementing the statutory reporting derivation tool for master data

Meeting reporting requirements of supervisory authorities in Germany as effectively as possible

COMPIRICUS offers various SAP add-ons for the creation of statutory reports as required by the German Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin). These SAP add-ons help insurance companies create reports using the SAP ledger-based reporting module (FS-SR, Financial Services - Statutory Reporting):

SAP-based financial service statutory reporting in USA, Italy and Spain

COMPIRICUS is an SAP SE development partner for the insurance-related statutory reporting of investments outside of the German-speaking region.

COMPIRICUS offers a reporting system for investments, which includes the required forms or interfaces based on SAP SE's framework solution, FS-SR. It is used in country-specific, insurance-related statutory reporting.

 

 

As a result of this development cooperation, the following country solutions are currently in productive use: