- The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) kicks-off its policy work on Level 2 measures for the PEPP Regulation
- Challenging and diverse scope of deliverables - and tight timeframes - call for innovative and efficient solutions
Today, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) established its Expert Practitioner Panel on the Pan-European Personal Pension Product (PEPP).
To deliver on the forthcoming PEPP Regulation's policy perspective to design a PEPP that exhibits high quality product features around information provision, risk-mitigating techniques and a cost cap for the basic PEPP, the feedback and support from practitioners is important. With the insights of the Expert Practitioner Panel, EIOPA will develop superior solutions and smart policy advice that incentivises financial innovation for the benefit of the European consumers.
The objectives of the Expert Practitioner Panel on PEPP are:
- To inform EIOPA's policy work
- To test policy proposals
- To act as sounding board supporting EIOPA delivering on its mandate
EIOPA's call for expression of interest of 2 May 2019 resulted in an extraordinary group of high-level experts with a diverse set of experiences and expertise, from all the different sectors of eligible PEPP providers.
EIOPA is pleased to confirm the following composition of its Expert Practitioner Panel on PEPP:
|Aidan McLoughlin||Independent Trustee|
|Axel Kleinlein||Bund der Versicherten|
|Carlo Parodi||Intesa Sanpaolo|
|Emanuele Maria Carluccio||University of Verona|
|Jasper De Meyer||BEUC - Bureau Européen des Unions de Consommateurs|
|Jens Rosendahl Frederiksen||PFA|
|Kristine Lomanovska||SEB LV|
|Paul Le Bihan||Union Mutualist Retraite|
|Sebastian Görgl||Union Investment|
|Stefan Voicu||Better Finance|