ACPR published the RAN taxonomy Version 1.2.1 and related documents for Solvency II reporting. This corrective version takes into account the feedback received from organizations and service providers on the previously published version 1.2.0. The modifications introduced in the version 1.2.1 are limited and specified in the delivery note. The first closing date for the 2019 reporting is December 31, 2018.
Organizations subject to the Solvency II regime must submit data in eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) format. The RAN taxonomy has a structure similar to that of EIOPA taxonomies. In addition to the requirements at the EU level, ACPR has issued certain national requirements for Solvency II reporting.
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