FIN-FSA announced the timeline for publishing certain new workbooks as part of the common reporting (COREP) conforming to the EBA Data Point Model (DPM) Version 188.8.131.52 (XBRL/XML). The Authority will publish the workbooks for COREP OF, COREP LE, and COREP LR with the specified date of February 14, 2020 and the workbooks for COREP ALM, COREP LCR DA, COREP NSFR, and FINREP9 for the specified data of April 16, 2020.
These workbooks will be updated as part of the updated DPM 2.9 version containing list of validation rules and XBRL taxonomy related to the EBA implementing technical standards on supervisory reporting. The DPM 184.108.40.206 update aims to improve data quality issues and concerns credit institutions, investment firms, and fund management companies. The first applicable reference date with DPM 220.127.116.11 is March 31, 2020. FIN-FSA will publish these workbooks in its reporting application, the Jakelu distribution service.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, DPM 18.104.22.168, Jakelu Distribution Service, Reporting, NSFR, IFRS 9, FINREP, Liquidity Risk, ALM, Validation Rules, XBRL Taxonomy, COREP, EBA, FIN-FSA
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