ACPR published a new version of the file "Taxonomic controls" related to the Taxonomy RAN Version 1.1.0 for Solvency II reporting. The new version of the file highlights additional deactivation of the control "FR1301-05567." Organizations that are subject to the Solvency II regime must submit data in eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) format in a manner similar to that of the European Solvency II reporting.
- Notification (in French)
- Taxonomic Controls (XLSX in English)
- RAN Taxonomy Webpage (in French)
- Solvency II Webpage (in French)
Keywords: Europe, France, Insurance, Solvency II, Taxonomy RAN 1.1.0, ACPR
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