European Association of Fintech Stakeholders

Expert Group on Digital Ethics

Since 2019 Mr Desislav Danov was appointed as a member of the Consultative Expert Group on Digital Ethics in Insurance within the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)......The Consultative Expert Group may also act as a sounding board for EIOPA in other related policy initiatives in the area of InsurTech, for instance by supporting EIOPA in promoting a sound governance framework around the use of BDA tools such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. More

Financial Services Users Group (FSUG)

Since mid-2017 the Head of Fintechguardian, Mr Desislav Danov became member of FSUG. The Financial Services User Group (FSUG) was set up by the Commission in order to involve users of financial services in policy-making. The group was established in 2010 with Decision 2010/C 199/02. This decision was recast in 2017 by Decision C(2017) 359. FSUG's tasks include to advise the Commission in the preparation and implementation of legislation or policy initiatives affecting the users of financial services, to proactively identify key issues affecting users of financial services to advise and liaise with financial services user representatives and representative bodies at the EU and national level

Insurance and Reinsurance Stakeholders Group (IRSG)

In 2019 Mr Desislav Danov was re-appointed member of IRSG. The Insurance & Reinsurance Stakeholder Group and the Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group include 30 members each and are established to facilitate EIOPA's consultation with stakeholders in Europe on issues such as regulatory and implementing technical standards as well as guidelines and recommendation​​s that apply to the insurance and occupational pensions industry. Members of the stakeholder groups can submit opinions and advice to EIOPA on any issue related to its task. Additionally, the stakeholder groups are expected to notify EIOPA of inconsistent application of European Union law as well as inconsistent supervisory practices in the different European member states.


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