EIOPA published the first set of questions and answers (Q&A) that provide practical guidance on the application of the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) and its implementing regulations. The published documents include Q&A for the product oversight and governance arrangements and Q&A on the additional regulatory requirements for insurance-based investment products.
These questions were raised by different stakeholders. EIOPA will continue to address and subsequently publish the answers to further questions. For future questions, stakeholders are kindly requested to submit them via the online tool of EIOPA.
- News Release
- Q&A on Product Oversight and Governance (XLSB)
- Q&A on Regulatory Requirements for IBIPs (XLSB)
- Online Q&A Tool
Keywords: Europe, EU, Insurance, Q&A, IDD, Insurance Based Investment Products, EIOPA
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