BaFin published quarterly and annual submission deadlines on the Solvency II reporting page on its website. The submission deadlines are for reporting years 2019 to 2025 for companies whose fiscal year ends on December 31. Solvency II introduced harmonized reporting requirements that will complement and partially replace national rules. Member states can continue to maintain additional reporting requirements that reflect national peculiarities or are based on information from commercial law accounting.
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