EBA issued the revised list of validation rules in its implementing technical standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting. This recently published document highlights the rules that have been deactivated either for incorrectness or for triggering IT problems. Competent authorities throughout the EU are being informed that data submitted in accordance with these ITS should not be formally validated against the set of deactivated rules.
The ITS on supervisory reporting amend the EC’s Implementing Regulation (EU) No 680/2014 on supervisory reporting to keep reporting requirements in line with changes in the regulatory framework and with the evolving needs for supervisory authorities' risk assessments. EBA is required to develop ITS specifying supervisory reporting in the areas of own funds, financial information, losses stemming from lending collateralized by immovable property, large exposures, leverage ratio, liquidity ratios, asset encumbrance, additional liquidity monitoring metrics, and supervisory benchmarking.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Validation Rules, Implementing Technical Standards, Supervisory Reporting, EBA
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