An introduction to oversight and supervision, presented by Patrick Hoedjes, Head of Oversight and Supervisory Convergence.
Colleges of Supervisors refer to multilateral groups of relevant supervisors that are formed for the collective purpose of enhancing efficient, effective and consistent supervision of financial institutions operating across borders.
The Colleges of Supervisors provide a platform for the gathering and dissemination of relevant or essential information in going concern and emergency situations, developing a common understanding of the risk profile of the groups, achieving coordination of supervisory review and risk assessment at a Group level as well as establishing supervisory plans for the mitigation of risks at Group level.
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Comparative studies contribute to EIOPA's objective of supervisory convergence regarding Solvency II internal models. EU-wide studies are considered as valuable tools complementing individual internal model analysis and studies at national level.
Market and Credit Risk Comparative Study YE2018
Market and Credit Risk Comparative Study YE2017
Market and Credit Risk Comparative Study YE2015
Data Request for the Non-Life Underwriting Risk Comparative Study