Data Request for the Non-Life Underwriting Risk Comparative Study

In 2018, EIOPA started with its first European-wide Non-Life Underwriting Risk Comparative Study.

The objectives of the study are to collect common modelling approaches for the non-life underwriting risks in the European Union and to understand the reasons for the differences in the outputs of these internal models.

Insurance undertakings are requested to fill in the questionnaire in accordance with its instructions and submit it to the respective national supervisory authorities.

The national supervisory authorities will act as a point of contact between EIOPA and the participating insurance undertakings. During the data collection phase, EIOPA will be regularly publishing questions received and their answers.

Timeline
31 March 2018Deadline for insurance undertakings to submit year-end 2016 results to their national supervisory authorities
31 May 2018Deadline for insurance undertakings to submit year-end 2017 results to their national supervisory authorities

 

Technical Documentation

 

Cover note to participating national supervisory authorities and insurance undertakings

Qualitative and quantitative questionnaire

​Date​​Instructions (LOG file)
​27.04.2018

​Instructions

Main changes compared to previous version:

Definition of internal LoB.

16.03.2018

​Instructions

Main changes compared to previous version:

Various amendments generated by questions.

​02.03.2018

Instructions
Main changes compared to previous version:

-   Introductory general comments augmented and structured

- Appendix on notations and risks' breakdown added (in particular for SCR's definitions-related qualitative questions)

 

01.02.2018Instructions

Questions and Answers

EIOPA is regularly publishing answers to questions received during the data collection phase.

If you have a question or comment related to this exercise, please send an email to Internal.Models@eiopa.europa.eu.

The subject of your email should be preceded by 'NLCS 2018' and its body should at least contain the following identification information: your Member State, where relevant the ID code (preferably LEI) and the name of your undertaking, an email address and a contact name.

If the comment or question is deemed to be published, please note that no personal data will be disclosed.

 Questions and Answers (updated on 27/04/2018)