FIN-FSA has made available version 16.1.11 of Reporting Application (XBRL/XML) workbooks for COREP OF, FINREP9, and Solvency II data collections. These workbooks are available for downloaded in the "Jakelu Distribution Service."
Minor errors in the workbooks have been corrected in the new version of the Reporting Application workbooks:
- The Reporting Application’s COREP OF workbooks had an error in the formula cells. New workbooks have been released for Data Point Model (DPM) version 220.127.116.11
- The Reporting Application’s FINREP9 workbooks included incorrectly active validation rules related to the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) module. New workbooks have been released for DPM versions 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124
- The Reporting Application’s workbooks take into account EIOPA’s DPM 2.3.0 version’s updated validation rules
- Translations of Solvency II data collection have been updated to reflect changes in DPM 2.3.0
- New workbooks have been released for DPM version 2.3.0
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