EIOPA

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EIOPAEuropean Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority
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This RFR information has been calculated on the basis of the last updated documents published on EIOPA's website.
"I am really encouraged of the announcement the Minister made today, I strongly supported it," Bernandino said, adding that the proposal is clearly in line with EIOPA 's recommendations.
The latter depends on the loss-given-defaults [LGD.sub.i] and probabilities of default [PD.sub.i] of the single positions and is specified in the EIOPA (2014b, pp.
The analysis of such developments allows EIOPA to adapt its consumer protection activities to changes taking place in the markets both in terms of the opportunities for consumers and possible new consumer protection issues that could arise.
To assess this unfolding landscape, EIOPA said it is dispatching its "oversight team" to national regulators that are in discussion with U.K.
European Supervisory Authorities' (ESAs) board of appeal said it has ruled against an appeal by Romanian insurer Onix Asigurari SA, on a decision by the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA).
Already configured for full compatibility with both of the latest versions of the EIOPA XBRL taxonomy for Interim Measures reporting, esure Group plc is leveraging the Invoke e-Filing Insurance collaborative portal application for generating, validating and tracking the disclosure to the PRA of the Pillar 3 quantitative reporting templates (QRTs) expected in XBRL format.
The European Banking Authority (EBA), the European System Risk Board (ESRB), the European Securities Authority (ESMA) and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has developed regulations and will require unitary procedures for all countries who want be integrated in a monetary union as a major part in a single financial market, on Europe.
In this regard, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) did not disappoint with its latest epistle to insurers.
Nevertheless, preparatory work is continuing this year at the level of the European supervisory authority EIOPA, which is planning to open a three-month consultation on the issue by the end of September.
The final version of the new rules will weaken what the sector's regulator, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA), has proposed, Bowles said.