Under the twin objectives of ensuring consumer protection and safeguarding financial stability, EIOPA will pursue the six strategic areas.
- Integrating sustainable finance considerations across all areas of work, including promotion of sustainability disclosures and a sustainable conduct of business framework and addressing protection gaps.
- Supporting the market and supervisory community through digital transformation, including the preparation of Regulatory and Implementing Technical Standards from the digital operational resilience act (DORA), and continuous implementation of the cyber underwriting strategy.
- Enhancing the quality and effectiveness of supervision, including the provision of training on Solvency II to national authorities in cooperation with DG REFORM, the definition of Union-wide strategic priorities.
- Ensuring technically sound prudential and conduct of business policy, including follow-up to the Solvency II review and the provision of technical advice on the scheduled review of the IORP II Directive.
- Identifying, assessing, monitoring and reporting on risks to the financial stability and conduct of business and promoting preventative policies and mitigating actions, including the provision of timely and accurate financial stability analyses and risk assessments.
- Providing effective recruitment, management and development of EIOPA’s human capital.