EIOPA published new sets of questions and answers (Q&A) on guidelines on systemic governance, along with the implementing and delegating regulations applicable to insurers in Europe.
This week, the Q&A have been published on the following:
- (EU) No 2015-2450 on the templates for the submission of information to the supervisory authorities
- (EU) No 2015-2452 on the procedures, formats, and templates of the solvency and financial condition report
- (EU) No 2015-2011 on the lists of regional governments and local authorities
- Answers to questions on Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/35 supplementing Directive 2009/138/EC
- Guidelines on system of governance
- Risk-Free Interest Rate—VA calculations
- Symmetric adjustment of the equity capital
The Q&A tool of EIOPA can be used to submit questions on regulatory tools of EIOPA; these regulatory tools include guidelines, but also (regulatory) processes such as the publication of the risk-free rate. All stakeholders, including financial institutions and supervisors, can submit questions. The Q&A tool is intended to ensure consistent and effective application of regulations in the European economic area.
- Q&A on Delegated Regulations
- Q&A on Implementing Regulations
- Q&A on Guidelines
- Q&A on Symmetric Adjustment of Equity Capital Charge
- Q&A on Regulations
Keywords: Europe, EU, Insurance, Q&A, Guidelines, Implementing Regulations, Delegated Regulations, EIOPA
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