ACPR announced that it has implemented in its information system the changes related to version 2.9.1 of the taxonomy for COREP reporting. The changes are valid from the March 2020 deadline for entry points COREP_OF, COREP_LR, and COREP_LE and from the April 2020 deadline for LCR, LCR_DA, ALMM, and NSFR liquidity statements. A new version of the "functional business cards" incorporating these modifications will be available on the OneGate portal from April 07, 2020. ACPR also updated the list of optional reporting obligations. In addition, ACPR informed that the updates on FINREP reporting applicable from the June 2020 decree have not yet been finalized in the information system.
Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, Reporting, Taxonomy 2.9.1, COREP, NSFR, Taxonomy, FINREP, ACPR
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