EIOPA recently updated its webpage regarding its guidelines on the use of the 'legal entity identifier' (LEI). LEIs are unique identification codes, the use of which EIOPA recommends in its guidelines (and which it expects will improve collection, storage and dissemination of high quality, reliable and comparable data for (re)insurers, (re)insurance groups and pensions providers). Updates include links to the responses submitted to EIOPA by national supervisors in December 2014, confirming whether the relevant NCAs comply or intend to comply with the guidelines (applicable since 31 December 2014). The Pensions Authority has responded on Ireland's behalf, confirming that it intends to comply and highlighting that the Central Bank of Ireland has published a series of frequently asked questions regarding European Market Infrastructure Regulation requirements on its website which includes information about LEI obligations and where such codes are available.