ACPR announced that the RUBA taxonomy will replace the SURFI taxonomy from the January 2022 decree for monthly remittances and from the March 2022 decree for quarterly reports. ACPR issued the announcement after confirmation of the postponement of the entry into force of ECB monetary statistics reform to January 2022. ACPR also announced that a first “project” version of this new taxonomy will be available soon.
In a separate notification, ACPR informed that the controls applying to the electronic signature will be implemented again on the OneGate portal from October 01, 2020. These checks will be carried out on remittances in XBRL format and on remittances in office format for which an electronic signature is expected under the same conditions as before the period of health crisis. As a result, non-electronically signed submissions transmitted after this date will be rejected.
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