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24th June 2018
EIOPA publishes new set of statistical information on the European insurance sector based on Solvency II regulatory reporting for the fourth quarter of 2017-including new exposure statistics
EIOPA has published a new set of statistical information on the European insurance sector based on Solvency II regulatory reporting for the fourth quarter of 2017. In addition to the regular statistics, for the first time EIOPA is publishing new exposure statistics on the European insurance sector. This new data contains:
-Detailed statistics on types of exposure as well as location of exposure both at European Economic Area and individual country level
-Clear asset classifications including government bonds, commercial bonds and equity
-Real estate exposures with a distinction between commercial and residential exposures
- Raw aggregated exposure data to enable more in-depth analysis by end-users.
Starting with this publication, the new exposure data will become a regular part of the EIOPA insurance statistics which can be accessed via EIOPA's website.
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