EBA published amendments to the implementing technical standards on supervisory reporting. The updated corresponding Data Point Model (DPM) and XBRL taxonomy cover amendments to COREP and liquidity as well as to resolution planning reporting. This package forms a part of the EBA reporting framework version 2.9, which will be applicable for first submissions of data as of December 2019 (Resolution), March 2020 (COREP), and April 2020 (Liquidity). These final draft implementing technical standards will be submitted to EC for adoption, which is expected in the third quarter of 2019, together with the final draft implementing technical standards on FINREP changes (launched for consultation on August 28, 2018).
The final draft implementing technical standards amending the Regulation (EU) No 680/2014 on supervisory reporting aim to keep reporting requirements in line with changes in the regulatory framework and with the evolving needs for risk assessments by supervisory authorities. This first set of updated implementing technical standards include:
- Amendments with regard to COREP to reflect the new securitization framework
- Amendments with regard to liquidity in response to the Liquidity Coverage Requirement (LCR) Delegated Act
- Clarifications and corrections regarding COREP and additional monitoring metrics for liquidity (technical amendments)
EBA also published the following documents covering modules on COREP, liquidity, and resolution planning:
- A set of XML files forming the XBRL taxonomy and a description of the architecture of the XBRL taxonomy
- A DPM data dictionary database together with a DPM table layout and data point categorization
- A list of validation rules
EBA has cooperated closely with SRB with regard to the reporting on resolution planning. This release of the DPM, validation rules, and taxonomy includes, for practical reasons, additional information required by SRB beyond the minimum framework established in EBA implementing technical standards on resolution reporting requirements, namely new information on critical functions and financial market infrastructures as well as amendments to the liabilities data reporting. The additional requirements of SRB are under the SRB responsibility and any question related to it should be addressed directly to SRB.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Reporting, DPM, Reports Finance, COREP, Implementing Technical Standards, Taxonomy, LCR, Resolution Planning, Validation Rules, XBRL, EBA, SRB
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