EIOPA's Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group (OPSG) recently commented on EIOPA's consultation paper on identification and calibration of 'other infrastructure investment' risk under Solvency II.  The OPSG is supportive of the separate identification of infrastructure assets.  However, it disagrees with certain perceived aspects of EIOPA's approach, e.g. not recognising actual exposure of insurers to risks (as it focuses only on risk emerging from volatility on artificial portfolios).  Additionally, on 19 May 2016, Insurance Europe responded to EIOPA's consultation on infrastructure corporates.  Amongst other matters, it highlighted concerns in relation to how capital requirements are calibrated and stated that available data underlying EIOPA's proposed calibration method relates mainly to public entities (and not the private deals in which insurers typically engage).