EIOPA launched a call for input on Solvency II reporting and disclosure requirements, as part of the 2020 Solvency II review. EIOPA will review these requirements to assess whether they remain fit-for-purpose and whether they allow for a risk-based and proportionate approach. The deadline for submission of the input is February 21, 2019. However, input submitted after the deadline but before March 31, 2019 will be considered on a best effort basis. During 2019, EIOPA will publicly consult the conclusions of its assessment and carefully consider the input received and respectively reflect it in its consultation on the 2020 Solvency II reporting and disclosure review.
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