SG Selection Process

​​​​​​​​​​​​SELECTION PROCESS ​​2018

​EIOPA's Stakeholder Groups (SHGs) facilitate EIOPA's consultation with stakeholders in Europe on issues such as regulatory and implementing technical standards as well as guidelines and recommendations that apply to the insurance and occupational pensions industry.

Members of the Stakeholder Groups submit opinions and advice to EIOPA on any issue related to its tasks. Additionally, the Stakeholder Groups are expected to notify EIOPA of inconsistent application of European Union law as well as inconsistent supervisory practices in the different European Member States.

EIOPA strives to ensure appropriate geographical and gender balance in its Stakeholder Groups.

1 March 2018 Launch of the Call for Expression of Interest ​​​​

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Application D​​​ocuments​​​

Call for expression of interest to participate in EIOPA's Insurance and Reinsurance Stakeholder Group (IRSG)

Call for expression of interest to participate in EIOPA's Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group (OPSG) 

Timeline​

 

 1 March 2018  ​Launch of the Call for Expression of Interest​

                     

26 April 2018  -
 23:59 h CEST​

Deadline for applications

​ July 2018

Circulation of notifications to the SHG members appointed. Publication of the IRSG  and OPSG composition and statistics of all applications received​​​​​

4 September 2018

Start of mandate of the new members and publication of their profile on EIOPA website.

​19 September 2018​Inaugural meeting of the IRSG
​17 October 2018​Inaugural meeting of the OPSG 

Working Conditions 

 

EIOPA Stakeholder Groups meet at least 4 times a year in Frankfurt. The 5th meeting is a joint one for both groups with EIOPA's Board of Supervisors.

Members of the Stakeholder Groups serve for a period of 2.5 years starting from the public announcement of the composition of the Groups. Members may serve two successive terms.

EIOPA covers accommodation and travelling costs for the following categories: consumers, academics, beneficiaries, employee/trade-union representatives and users of financial services.

Other SHG members have the possibility to benefit from preferential accommodation rates at some hotels in Frankfurt.​