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Solvency II introduced supervisory reporting requirements and harmonised European Union-wide reporting and disclosure formats to ensure a consistent implementation of European regulatory and supervisory frameworks and to support EIOPA's goal to improve the efficiency and consistency of the supervision of financial institutions across the European Union.
Since the implementation of the Solvency II, insurance, reinsurance undertakings and insurance groups are required to report to national competent authorities on an annual and quarterly basis, for both prudential and financial stability purposes. They are also required to disclose the Solvency and Financial Condition Report on an annual basis.
This section covers the reporting and disclosure requirements under Solvency II, the requirements applicable to branches from undertakings with head-offices outside the European Union and special purpose vehicles. It also includes Solvency II XBRL Taxonomy developed by EIOPA to ensure the harmonised XBRL reporting under Solvency II.
Questions and Answers
If you have questions related to reporting and disclosure requirements, please submit it via the dedicated tool on EIOPA's Website. Special questions related Data Point Model and XBRL can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supervisory Reporting and Public Disclosure requirements
Data Point Model and XBRL
Calls for comments in the area of reporting and disclosure
One open consultation – deadline 25 August 2017