EIOPA updated the sets of questions and answers (Q&A) on directives and regulations applicable to insurers in Europe. The Q&A tool is intended to assist in the consistent application of EU regulations for the insurance sector. Financial institutions, supervisors, and other stakeholders can use the tool to submit questions on EIOPA directives, regulations, and guidelines in the area of insurance and pensions.
Additional Q&A have been published on the following topics:
- Answers to guidelines on reporting and public disclosure
- Answers to (EU) No 2015-2450 templates for the submission of information to the supervisory authorities
- Answers to (EU) No 2009-138 Solvency II Directive (Insurance and Reinsurance)
- News Release on Answers to Guidelines on Reporting and Public Disclosure
- News Release on Answers to (EU) No 2015-2450
- News Release on Answers to (EU) No 2009-138
- Overview of Q&A on Regulation
Keywords: Europe, EU, Insurance, Q&A, Solvency II, Implementing Regulations, Reporting, Disclosures, EIOPA
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