The ESRB has today published the adverse scenario for the EU-wide stress test for the insurance sector to be carried out by EIOPA in 2018. This scenario, which has been approved by the General Board of the ESRB, highlights adverse conditions that are relevant to this sector. This information has also been published by EIOPA as part of its communication on the 2018 EU-wide stress tests.
The ESRB has updated its overview of national measures of macroprudential interest in the EU and the European Economic Area. The overview covers capital buffers, reciprocation measures and various other measures.
The ESRB has published an overview of the most important macroprudential policy developments that have taken place across the EU over the past year. The review also compares how different Member States use macroprudential instruments.