EIOPA's stakeholders groups were established by Article 37 of the EIOPA Regulation to facilitate EIOPA's consultation with stakeholders in Europe.
The Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group:
- advises the Authority on the actions it takes concerning
- Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS);
- Implementing Technical Standards (ITS);
- Peer reviews;
- Practical instruments and convergence tools to promote consistent supervisory approaches and practices,
- Assessment of market developments.
- assists the Authority in assessing the potential impact of, and advise on any issue related to all of the above.
The Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group has 30 members.
Members of the Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group can submit opinions and advice to EIOPA on any issue related to its tasks.
The group meets at least 4 times a year at the Authority’s premises in Frankfurt am Main and a 5th time jointly with EIOPA’s Board of Supervisors. Meetings are organised in co-ordination with the Authority.
The group is composed of the following categories:
- Independent top-ranking academics
- Institutions for occupational retirement provision operating in the Union (IORPs)
- Professional Associations
For any information related to the stakeholders groups, please email email@example.com.
Advice and documents
The Stakeholder Groups issue advice to EIOPA on topics they consider relevant.
In the library below, you can find :
- advice papers
- meetings conclusions
- activity reports