ACPR published the draft version of RUBA taxonomy (Version 1.0.0). Along with the taxonomy, ACPR has published description and delivery notes, presentation, data point model (DPM) dictionary, annotated reports, and test instance file related to the taxonomy. RUBA taxonomy will replace the SURFI taxonomy from January 31, 2022. The comment period for the draft version of the taxonomy ends on December 04, 2020.
The draft Version 1.0.0 of RUBA taxonomy is the first version of the taxonomy using the Eurofiling architecture, which replaces the SURFI taxonomy. This first version does not include taxonomic controls, which will be added in a future version of the draft format. RUBA taxonomy applies to the banking sector and has an architecture and structure similar to that of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR)/Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) IV taxonomies from EBA and Solvency II taxonomy from EIOPA.
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Comment Due Date: December 04, 2020
Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, Taxonomy, Reporting, SURFI, RUBA, CRR, CRD IV, DPM, ACPR
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