In 2023 the Joint Committee work will continue to focus on areas such as consumer protection, sustainable finance, risk assessment, securitisation, digitalisation and financial innovation, among others.
Sustainability | Disclosure
The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) have developed through the Joint Committee (JC) draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) with regard to the content and presentation of information to be provided in pre-contractual documents, on websites, and in periodic reports about the exposure of...
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.
EIOPA has set out its strategy for the period 2023 – 2026. Under the overall vision of building a safe and sustainable EU for citizens in times of transformation, EIOPA has identified strategic priorities on which to focus. Sustainable finance Digital transformation Supervision Policy Financial...
Supervision | Cyber Risks | Cyber insurance
The frequency and sophistication of cyber incidents in the financial sector has increased substantially over the course of the last few years, as economic and financial activities have been heavily digitalised. Against this backdrop, EIOPA recommends NCAs to dedicate higher attention to the...
Supervisory statement on exclusions in insurance products related to risks arising from systemic events
As the frequency of systemic events increases, there is a risk that insurance products covering them become unaffordable or unavailable. At the same time, products covering such events or products silent about the coverage may explicitly exclude them in the future. These developments have the...
The Annual European Insurance Overview is an extension of EIOPA's statistical services in order to provide an easy-to-use and accessible overview of the European (re)insurance sector. The report is based on annually reported Solvency II information. This ensures that the data has a high coverage in...
Opinion on the decision of the European Parliament in the discharge procedure in respect of the implementation of the budget for the financial year 2020
This Opinion provides EIOPA’s views on the decision and observations of the European Parliament in respect of the implementation of the budget for the financial year 2020 in accordance with Article 106 of the EIOPA Financial Regulation. It highlights the measures taken by EIOPA to address the...
The three European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA - ESAs) issued today their Autumn 2022 joint risk report. The report highlights that the deteriorating economic outlook, high inflation and rising energy prices have increased vulnerabilities across the financial sectors. The ESAs...
Reliable data is the basis for successful, data-driven supervision, evidence-based decision making and micro- and macro-prudential analysis. EIOPA is therefore constantly working to assess and improve the quality of the available insurance reporting data. After six years of Solvency II prudential...
European Commission's call for advice to the ESAs on greenwashing risks and the supervision of sustainable finance policies
ORSA | Sustainability
This application guidance is a follow-up from EIOPA’s Opinion on the supervision of the use of climate change risk scenarios in ORSA (“Opinion”) published in April 2021 (EIOPA-BoS-21-127 - EIOPA, 2021a). The Opinion was addressed to the national competent authorities on the basis of Article 29(1)(a...
Cross-border | Governance
EIOPA welcomes comments on the Consultation paper on the supervisory statement on the use of governance arrangements in third countries. Stakeholders are kindly invited to provide their feedback until 31 October 2022 by responding to the questions in the online survey.
Report to the Commission under Article 18 of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector.
Following the publication in the EU Official Journal of Regulation of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2022/1288 supplementing the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR - Regulation (EU) 2019/2088), the European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA – ESAs) are making available...
Sustainability | IDD
Guidance on the integration of the customer's sustainability preferences in the suitability assessment under IDD
This Guidance is a follow-up to a public consultation which EIOPA ran on draft Guidelines on integrating the customer’s sustainability preferences in the suitability assessment under the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD). During the public consultation, a number of respondents stressed the...
Supervision | Governance
The peer review assesses the overall maturity of the framework implemented by national supervisory authorities (NSAs) to supervise the outsourced activities of insurance and reinsurance undertakings. The objective of the peer review was to identify gaps, areas of improvements and best practices to...
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Supervision | Consumer protection
Consultation on the supervisory statement on differential pricing practices in non-life insurance lines of business
EIOPA welcomes comments on the Consultation paper on the supervisory statement on differential pricing practices in non-life insurance lines of business. Please send your comments to EIOPA by using the EU Survey below, by 7 October 2022.
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) published today a staff paper that provides an overview of the proposal for an Insurance Recovery and Resolution Directive (IRRD) put forward by the European Commission in September 2021. In its staff paper, EIOPA welcomes the...