​​Financial Stability Team​


  • ​Identifying and monitoring potential risks and vulnerabilities and assessing their implications for the financial stability of the insurance and pension sectors by: 
    • monitoring market developments; 
    • performing economic analyses including possible mitigation policies; 
    • assessing potential built-up of systemic risks; 
  • ​Developing and maintaining Risk Analysis tools such as the EIOPA Risk Dashboard, Early Warning Indicators, based on economic and quantitative analysis as well as research; 
  • Conducting European-wide stress test exercises addressing adverse market developments; 
  • Contributing to Financial Stability and Risk Analysis related work of European Systemic Risk Board, Financial Stability Board, International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) etc.; 
  • Carrying out specific regular and ad-hoc quantitative and qualitative surveys to identify risks and support the development of the legislative framework and potential supervisory actions; 
  • Regularly communicate the main risks for insurance and pension sectors, both internally and externally, via risk reports such as EIOPA Financial Stability Report, thematic reports, EIOPA Risk Report