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Three of the themes that EIOPA sees as its priorities were covered at its annual conference on 20 November. All of the topics were the subject of frank and spirited debate, with a range of different views being represented in the … Continue reading
EIOPA has published an opinion and FAQs emphasising the need for insurers and insurance intermediaries to explain to policyholders how Brexit will affect their insurance cover. At first sight, EIOPA’s comments appear to reinforce concerns that political compromise cannot be … Continue reading
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published an opinion on supervisory convergence in light of the UK withdrawing from the EU.
EIOPA has published an interview given by Gabriel Bernardino, EIOPA Chair, which contains comments on the implications of Brexit for the insurance industry.
Earlier today, it was announced that yesterday’s trilogue discussions on the Omnibus II Directive (Omnibus II) had finished in agreement. The announcement puts to rest recent uncertainty about the future of the Solvency II Directive and sets in train a timetable bringing … Continue reading
Andrew Tyrie MP (Chairman of the Treasury Committee) recently described Solvency II as “an object lesson in how not to make law”. In similar vein, Andrew Bailey of the PRA has said that Solvency II is “lost in detail” and … Continue reading