EIOPA published new sets of questions and answers (Q&A) on guidelines, implementing regulations, and delegating regulations applicable to insurers in Europe.
The Q&A have been published on the following topics:
- Answers to (EU) No 2015-35 supplementing Directive 2009-138
- Answers to (EU) No 2015-2450—templates for the submission of information to the supervisory authorities
- Answers to (EU) No 2015-2451—templates and structure of the disclosure of specific information by supervisory authorities
- Answers to guidelines on valuation of technical provisions
Keywords: Europe, EU, Insurance, Solvency II, Q&A, Guidelines, Delegated and Implementing Regulations, EIOPA
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