ACPR published information on replacing CIB and SIREN with Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) from December 2021, relaxations in reporting and electronic signatures due to COVID-19, re-organization of OneGate support, and development in European and national taxonomies for banks and insurers. The information is intended for professional federations, establishments that are not members of a federation, and IT service companies and software publishers on future developments in the information system of ACPR. In view of the end of the state of health emergency, the relaxation in reporting, which was granted by EBA and EIOPA and relayed by ACPR in its press release dated March 26, 2020, will no longer apply from the "June 2020 decree." Also, the relaxation granted for electronic signatures will no longer be accepted from September 2020. Additionally, ACPR has provided information on reporting requirements published by EBA in the context of COVID-19 and changes in the Capital Requirements Regulation in response to COVID-19 pandemic (CRR quick fix).
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