European insurance and occupational pensions authority (eiopa)
Over the summer, Omnibus II discussions picked up speed at the EU Council. Draft papers reveal a more generous volatility balancer and extended transitional measures are in the pipeline. Industry re...
New volatility adjustment proposed as optimism of trilogue agreement grows
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The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority’s report on the long-term guarantees assessment has reignited the debate on the methodology for determining the risk-fee term structure. ...
Products with five-year guarantee period should be deemed immaterial under Eiopa’s new criteria, say actuaries
Eiopa urged to rein in draft measures in responses to consultation
Brussels frames Solvency II long-term guarantees debate along the lines of Eiopa’s proposals
Calls for new dampener on capital requirements amid disagreement over Eiopa’s figures
Long-term guarantees assessment threatens to open more divisions in Omnibus II talks
Concerns that Eiopa's proposals will not work and could delay Solvency II
Solvency II calibrations need to account for different national contexts
Swedish regulator will not make guidelines legally binding on firms
Guidelines 'necessary for convergence' but fears of two-speed implementation
Indicators needed to identify situations where a firm's model no longer meets Solvency II calibrations, saya Eiopa
Let Eiopa levy fees on insurers and carry out direct supervision, argues chairman
Treat regulated money market funds more like banks deposits, says top law firm
Concerns raised over Eiopa’s discretion over methodology
Guidelines necessary to achieve convergence and improve quality of preparations, says Eiopa chairman
Standard formula data sets and methodologies 'inappopriate' for securitised products and secured investments, warn experts
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.