FIN-FSA announced that workbooks for DPM 2.9 FINREP are available for download from the Jakelu distribution service. The DPM 2.9 version will be used for FINREP from June 30, 2020 onward. FIN-FSA also notified that it has extended automatic checks on the receipt of reports to cover the verification of template-specific reporting obligations. The system rejects a report sent to FIN-FSA at the receiving stage if it does not meet the scope of reporting obligations at the template-specific level. This applies to the reporting levels 201, 205, 210, 213, 214, 221, 222, and 260. Additionally, FIN-FSA mentioned that a revised list of validation rules has been published by EBA with respect to the implementing technical standards on supervisory reporting.
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