EIOPA appoints AEIP members to stakeholder pensions group

The European Insurance and Occupational Health Authority (EIOPA) has appointed The European Association of Paritarian Institutions (AEIP) president, Philip Neyt, and secretary general, Bruno Gabellieri, to its Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group (OPSG).

Both of them have extensive experience in representing paritarian institutions at European level consultative bodies. Neyt has been a member of the OPSG during its previous mandate (2018-2020).

Gabellieri has served as a member of the Consultative Panel in Committee of European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Supervisors (CEIOPS) as well as member of the OPSG for three mandates (2011-2013, 2013- 2015, 2018-2020).

As part of this group, they will assist EIOPA on issues such as regulation and implementing technical standards, as well as guidelines and recommendations for the pension sector. Following the recent review of the European Supervisory Authorities regulations, the members of the OPSG will serve for a period of four years.

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