DNB released an adjusted version of the file "Required templates and filing indicators" for the fourth quarter of 2018 (DPM 2.8). The key changes are related to COREP (own funds), FINREP 9, and supervisory benchmarking portfolio initial market valuation. The changes to the previous version are highlighted in orange. Additionally, DNB notified that Financial Market Infrastructure (FMI) and Critical Function Template (CFT) reporting obligations are available on Digital Reporting Portal (Digitaal Loket Rapportages – DLR). The reporting deadline for FMI and CFT reports is April 16, 2019.
- Notification on Required Templates and Filing Indicators
- Required Templates and Filing Indicators (XLSX)
- Notification on FMI and CFT Reports
- Information on FMI Report
- Information on CFT Report
Keywords: Europe, Netherland, Banking, FMI, Reporting, Filing Indicators, FMI Report, CFT Report, COREP, FINREP, IFRS 9, DPM 2.8, Digital Reporting Portal, DNB
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