DNB published several reporting updates, along with an updated the list of additional data requests for banks. The updated and new data requests, which have been highlighted with the words "NEW" or "UPDATE" in red, include semi-recurring as well as ad hoc data requests to banks from DNB and European agencies.
The key reporting updates are as follows:
- DNB notified that Version 1.3 of reporting templates should be used for ECB COVID-19 reporting with reference date September 30, 2020. However, for resubmissions of reference date June 30, 2020, Version 1.2 of the reporting template is to be used. While for resubmissions of reference dates March 31, 2020 and May 30, 2020, version 1.1 of the reporting templates are to be used. In Version 1.3 of the ECB templates, the EBA part has been removed. As of reference date September 30, 2020, this EBA part should only be reported via XBRL (DPM 2:10). The frequency of this EBA template was, and will remain, monthly. The reporting deadline of this EBA template is same as the reporting deadline of the monthly ECB templates submissions.
- DNB notified that ECB has published new templates, along with the updated corresponding instructions, for the 2020 fee factors on the ECB Banking Supervision website. ECB has created two templates regarding the Total Risk Exposure (TRE) and Total Assets (TA). These templates must be submitted by November 11, 2020. The reporting obligation will be available in Digital Reporting Portal or DLR from October 30, 2020. The majority of fee debtors are not required to submit separate templates for the collection of fee factors, as ECB will reuse financial reporting (FINREP) and common reporting (COREP) supervisory data reported via national competent authorities.
- DNB released a new version of frequently asked questions (FAQs) prepared by ECB on the COVID-19 data request.
- Notification on ECB Templates for COVID-19 Reporting
- Notification on ECB Templates for Supervisory Fees
- ECB Overview on Fee Factors
- Notification on FAQs on COVID-19 Data
- Overview of Additional Data Requests
Keywords: Europe, Netherlands, Banking, Reporting, Digital Reporting Portal, COVID-19, FAQ, COREP, FINREP, XBRL, ECB, EBA, DNB
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