Joint Committee Report on the assessment of the application of the Guidelines on complaints-handling
Opinion of the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority on the proposed product intervention measure of Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego of Poland
General good provisions
This Consultation Paper presents the draft revised Guidelines and background explanatory text. For ease of reference the existing LEI Guidelines are also included in Annex III. The analysis of the expected impact from the proposed policy is covered under Annex I (Impact Assessment). EIOPA will...
ESAs’ draft Opinion to the European Commission on the Jurisdictional Scope of Application of the Securitisation Regulation
Reporting | Sustainability | Disclosure
The joint consultation launched by the three European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA – ESAs) is seeking input on draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) regarding disclosures of financial products investing in economic activities that contribute to an environmental investment...
As crypto-assets, including so-called virtual currencies such as Bitcoin, continue to attract public attention, the European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA – together the ‘ESAs’) recall the continued relevance of their previous warnings. The ESAs remind consumers that some crypto-...
Supervision | Cross-border
Supervision | Cross-border
EIOPA letter to DG Berrigan regarding the advice key performance indicators on sustainability for non-financial reporting
Reporting | Sustainability
Insurers’ sustainability reporting: EIOPA’ technical advice on key performance indicators under article 8 of the taxonomy regulation
The main objective of the Taxonomy Regulation is to set out relevant criteria for determining whether an economic activity qualifies as environmentally sustainable, in particular, in order to address market failures that hamper the identification of such economic activities and therewith,...
Update (27.07.2021) : Please note that the European Commission has sent on 8 July 2021 a letter to the European Parliament and Council announcing that it intends to bundle all 13 Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) in a single delegated act and to defer the application of 1 January 2022 by six...
10 year anniversary
Ensuring financial stability and maintaining consumer trust in the insurance and pensions sector will be critical to Europe’s economy recovery from the Covid19 pandemic. Over the long term, the insurance and pensions sector will also play a critical role in realising the ambitions of the European...
Supervision | Supervisory framework
EIOPA identified business model sustainability and adequate product design as two Union-wide strategic supervisory priorities relevant for national competent authorities (NCAs). Following the revised EIOPA Regulation, NCAs shall take those priorities into account when drawing up their work...
Supervision | Supervisory framework | Organisation
One of the main goals of EIOPA is to ensure a high, effective and consistent level of supervision across Europe, with the aim of guaranteeing a similar level of protection of policyholders and beneficiaries across jurisdictions, preventing supervisory arbitrage and guaranteeing a level playing...
Shared resilience solutions | Protection gap | Sustainability | COVID-19
EIOPA staff paper on measures to improve the insurability of business interruption risk in light of pandemics
In this paper, EIOPA analyses options relating to prevention measures to reduce losses, capital markets risk transfer, and multi-peril solutions for systemic risk. It also addresses the general challenges related to modelling and triggers for claims in the context of pandemics. EIOPA invites all...
Digitalisation | Cyber Risks | Innovation
Sustainability | Disclosure
The European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) have developed through the Joint Committee (JC) draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) with regard to the content, methodologies and presentation of sustainability-related disclosures under empowerments Articles 2a, 4(6) and (7), 8(3), 9(5), 10(2) and...