EIOPA published a new set of statistical information on the European insurance sector, based on Solvency II regulatory reporting for the fourth quarter of 2017. From now onward, the new exposure data will become a regular part of the EIOPA insurance statistics.
EIOPA publishes statistics based on quantitative Solvency II reporting from insurance undertakings and groups in the EU and the European Economic Area. These statistics are published on a quarterly basis. The statistics contain aggregated country-level information about the balance sheet; own funds; capital requirements; asset exposures; and premiums, claims, and expenses and refer to the latest information available at the extraction date. The statistics follow the respective Solvency II templates. The new data set contains:
- Detailed statistics on types of exposure as well as location of exposure both at the European Economic Area and the individual country levels
- Clear asset classifications, including government bonds, commercial bonds, and equity
- Real estate exposures with a distinction between commercial and residential exposures
- Raw aggregated exposure data to enable more in-depth analysis by end-users
Keywords: Europe, EU, Insurance, Solvency II, Statistics, Reporting Data, EIOPA
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