ACPR published version 1.0 of the technical note number 2019-01 that addresses reporting requirements in the context of ex-ante contributions and Liabilities Data Report (LDR). Since the "decree" of December 2017, ACPR has been accepting XBRL format reports for institutions under the Single Resolution Fund, concerning ex-ante contributions reporting. Moreover, as of the 2018 order, institutions subject to LDR reporting will have to submit the template in XBRL format. The technical note specifies that institutions must submit their returns by connecting to the OneGate portal.
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