EBA published a corrective update within the XBRL taxonomy Version 126.96.36.199, which competent authorities shall use for remittance of data under the implementing technical standards on benchmarking of internal approaches, for the 2018 benchmarking exercise.
This update, which replaces the previously published 2.6 taxonomy files, corrects a technical error in two column labels included in the XBRL table link base representation of template C 101. All reporting entities should ensure that they map their reported data to XBRL such that the Exposure Code information for C 101 appears in the eba_INC (Individual clients) dimension and the Rating information appears in the eba_OGR (Obligor grade) dimension.
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EBA published an opinion following the notification by the French macro-prudential authority, the Haut Conseil de Stabilité Financière (HCSF), of its intention to extend a measure introduced in 2018 on the use of Article 458(9) of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR).
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