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Based on the EU Taxonomy of sustainable activities and using the NACE classification framework, EIOPA analyzed how much of EEA insurers’ investments can be considered environmentally sustainable at present.
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.
The key fndings of EIOPA’s thematic review on credit protection insurance (CPI) sold via banks gives a snapshot on how well credit protection insurance (CPI) products sold via banks succeed in delivering good consumer outcomes.
The heat-map, which takes into account the data collected for the report and relevant supervisory judgement, represents actual findings which have been identified at the European level.
In its first climate stress test, EIOPA assessed the exposure of the European IORP (Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provisions) sector to environmental risks.
The 2021 stress test exercise focuses on a prolonged COVID-19 scenario in a “lower for longer” interest rate environment and evaluates its impacts on the capital and liquidity position of the entities in scope.
In its advice EIOPA provides a set of principles, good practices and recommendations, aiming to facilitate citizens’ digital access to personal pension information.
The main purpose of the review was to make sure that the Solvency II regime remains fit for purpose. In doing so, we are also making sure that the regime can underpin the economic recovery after the pandemic.
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EIOPA launched a thematic review on the use of Big Data Analytics specifically by insurance firms. Through the review, EIOPA gathered further empirical evidence on the benefits and risks arising from Big Data Analytics. The thematic review was officially launched during the summer of 2018.