The French Prudential Control and Resolution Authority (ACPR) announced that the testing environment for the ACPR information system and the OneGate portal will be available to receive test reports with the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) from September 08, 2021. The settings made on this environment make it possible to process reports with LEI for the taxonomies and entry points associated with RUBA version 1.0.0 (XBRL format) and with the office reports from the REM domain. RUBA reports are to be posted on the ONEGATE portal in the “SUR” area. IT service companies that would like to have a fictitious LEI to file test instances with the LEI will have to apply for a fictitious LEI from OneGate Support, indicating the SIREN number of their company. ACPR also confirmed that each branch must obtain its own LEI.
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Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, OneGate, LEI, Reporting, Taxonomy, RUBA, Remuneration, ACPR
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