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Impact of COVID on employees’ mood: a national poll commissioned by WorkPlace Options, June 2020

The COVID pandemic is not only causing physical healthcare, economic or political issues, but it is also affecting the mental health of millions of employees. CBBA-Europe reports in this document a national poll commissioned by its member WorkPlace Options.

CBBA-Europe answer to the EIOPA consultation on the PEPP technical standards, March 2020

The EIOPA’s consultation mainly focused on several issues including the format of the information documents, the way on how to present the pension product’s, on how to measure the risks, the PEPP supervision, the cost-cap for the basic PEPP, the risk-mitigation techniques and the possible use of technology.

CBBA-Europe Communication following the withdrawal of United Pensions from The Nertherlands, Nov. 2019

According to CBBA-Europe, it is unacceptable that United Pensions/AON stops offering pensions solutions in The Netherlands due to the Dutch implementation of the  IORP2 EU directive which instead of making easier the cross-border activities, make them more difficult, if not, impossible.

CBBA-Europe Review July, 2018

CBBA-Europe position paper on article 12(3) IORP 2 Directive

Super-majority requirements of members and beneficiaries cannot be defined by member states in order to approve cross border transfers. Otherwise, such requirements would infringe both the overall spirit of the IORP 2 Directive and the general principles of EU law.

Position paper on possible legal inconsistency with EU provisions of the additional requirement of providing information on the coverage ratio of a foreigner pension fund operating in another member state (host state) according to the national parameters of the host state

CBBA Europe recommends European authorities to remain vigilant on the current transposition of the IORP 2 Directive by National Competent Authorities (NCAs) in order to ensure that they fully respect the single market rules.

Reflection paper on new strategies for decumulation and some advice for the policy makers