EIOPA published extraordinary information for Solvency II Risk Free Interest Rate (RFR) Term Structures and Symmetric Adjustment to Equity Risk with reference to March 24, 2020. Due to COVID-19 outbreak, in the coming week, EIOPA will carry out extraordinary calculations on weekly basis to monitor the evolution of RFR interest rate term structures and the symmetric adjustment to equity risk. EIOPA is publishing this information to support insurance and reinsurance undertakings in the monitoring of their solvency and financial position.
The information will be published on a specific area of the website created for this purpose both for RFR and symmetric adjustment to equity risk named “Extraordinary weekly updates.” RFR information has been calculated applying the content of the technical documentation published on October 01, 2019 and based on RFR coding released on October 08, 2019.
- Press Release
- RFR Rate Term Structures
- Symmetric Adjustment to Equity Risk
- Technical Documentation, October 2019 (PDF)
Keywords: Europe, EU, Insurance, RFR Calculation, Solvency II, Reporting, Risk-Free Interest Rate, RFR Coding, COVID-19, Reinsurance, EIOPA
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