Through its work, EIOPA contributes to sound, effective and consistent supervision in Europe, protecting insurance policyholders and beneficiaries, and pension scheme members.
The Single Programming Document 2023-2025 sets out EIOPA’s strategy and work programme for the coming years and includes the Annual Work Programme for 2023.
Under the twin objectives of ensuring consumer protection and safeguarding financial stability, EIOPA will pursue the six strategic areas.
Contribute to building up sustainable insurance and pensions, including by addressing protection gaps, for the benefit of EU citizens and businesses.
Support the supervisory community and industry to mitigate the risks and seize the opportunities of the digital transformation, including by further promoting data driven culture
Promote sound, efficient and consistent prudential and conduct supervision throughout Europe, particularly in view of increased cross-border business
Deliver high-quality advice and other policy work taking into account changing and growing needs of society as well as the effects of new horizontal regulation.
Further enhance financial stability, with particular focus on the analysis of financial sector risks and vulnerabilities, and emerging threats.
Be a model EU supervisory authority setting global high standards of corporate governance, and fostering efficient cooperation within the EU and globally.