ACPR announced that a new version of the "Functional Business Cards" has been made available on June 08, 2021 on the OneGate portal. This version of “functional business cards” incorporates Remuneration collection for the decree of December 2020. This version does not include information on modifications related to the fifth Capital Requirements Directive (CRD5) and the implementation of taxonomy version 3.0 from the decree of June 2021. An updated version will be released at the beginning of July. In the “Information” part of the business card, a new block named “IFR/IFD” has been created, which will contain information on the class of each investment firm. ACPR will soon release a communication on the expected status and delivery terms with respect to category 2 and category 3 investment firms.
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Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, Reporting, CRR, Investment Firms, Basel, Remuneration, IFR, CRD5, IFD, ACPR
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