ACPR updated COREP and FINREP Data Point Model (DPM) Version 2.7. The COREP and FINREP remittances at the March 2018 decree based on the DPM version 2.7 revealed a number of controls that were identified as inconsistent. Some have been the subject of a question and answer (Q&A) with EBA and should be modified or deleted in a future version of taxonomy. Nevertheless, ACPR decided to deactivate certain validation rules in its information system.
In addition, an inconsistency between DPM and ITS regarding CR GB 1 (C.09.01) and CR GB 2 (C.09.02) was noted. Pending a correction made in the next taxonomy (2.8 DPM), the European authorities have confirmed that the institutions concerned "should not feed into their declaration tab "Total" of these states" (Q&A 2018_3672).
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