EIOPA publishes up-dated sub-set of Quantitative Reporting Templates
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On the 2nd June the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority ("EIOPA") invited stakeholders to provide their comments on the first set of Guidelines and their Impact Assessment for Solvency II.
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has launched an EU-wide stress test for the insurance sector aimed at testing the overall resilience of the insurance sector and to identify its major vulnerabilities.
On the 3rd March 2014, the MFSA issued a consultation document on the introduction of a new Insurance Rule, Insurance Intermediaries Rule 25 of 2014 entitled “Complaints-Handling by Insurance Intermediaries” (the “Insurance Intermediaries Rule”).
The Council of the European Union has approved the Omnibus II Directive, ensuring that the implementation of the Solvency II regime is on track for the start of 2016.
EIOPA has requested market participants and (re)insurance stakeholders to provide their feedback on (1) the first set of draft Implementing Technical Standards (“Draft ITS”) and (2) the draft Guidelines on the Operational Functioning of Colleges of Supervisors (“Draft Guidelines”).
The European Parliament (EP) has adopted in plenary the Omnibus II Directive ensuring that the new regulatory framework for insurers is on track for the start of 2016.
EIOPA's website has been updated to include additional information on the General Good Provisions adopted by the insurance supervisory authorities of EU/EEA Member States.
The MFSA is proposing to issue a new Insurance Intermediaries Rule 25 of 2014 entitled "Complaints-Handling by Insurance Intermediaries". The new Rule will apply on a continuing basis to persons enrolled in the Agents List, Managers List or Brokers List and that carry out insurance intermediaries activities in terms of the Insurance Intermediaries Act.
Following a consultation process with industry stakeholders, EIOPA has published its Preliminary Report "Towards an EU Single Market for Personal Pensions" that lays down the foundation for future EU initiatives.