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  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    IORP I (2003) contained provision for limited review after four years – these provide an update on where we are now.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    In this factsheet, we consider the advice that EIOPA gave to the Commission on general principles for supervising IORPs.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    We consider the advice that the EIOPA provided to the Commission on when an IORP requires an actuarial function and how that might look.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    We consider the advice that the EIOPA provided to the Commission on the investment rules for IORPs.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    In this factsheet, we consider the advice that EIOPA provided to the European Commission on the outsourcing of functions or activities by IORPs.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    In this factsheet, we consider the advice that EIOPA provided to the European Commission on the scope of a revised IORP Directive – exactly what pension arrangements should be included and what shouldn’t.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    We consider the advice that the EIOPA provided to the Commission on giving information to supervisors of IORPs.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    In this factsheet, we consider the advice that EIOPA provided to the Commission on giving information to members of IORPs.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    The expected framework for a new IORP (or Pensions) Directive is drawn from the advice given to the European Commission (EC) by the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) in February 2012. At the EC’s request, this was based largely on the Solvency II Directive for insurers.
  • Technical/Regulatory IC
    The European Commission is keen to apply Solvency II principles (for insurers) to occupational pensions (IORPs ) and is using its review of the IORP Directive 2003 to pursue this aim.
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