FIN-FSA published a new demo version of the FIN-FSA Reporting Application (XBRL/XML) in the Jakelu distribution service. Minor errors in use of the application have been corrected in the new version of the Reporting Application. The workbooks are downloadable from the Jakelu Distribution Service, in accordance with the taxonomies of the latest valid Data Point Model (DPM) version.
No changes were made to content of the data collections of EBA and ESMA. Additionally, no changes were introduced to the content of the data collection of EIOPA for Solvency II. The Reporting Application includes the new data collection of EIOPA for pension funds. The demo version of the Reporting Application and workbooks are not versions intended for reporting. Development will continue in the FIN-FSA until the publication of a final Reporting Application version and workbooks intended for reporting.
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Keywords: Europe, Finland, Banking, Insurance, Securities, Reporting, Solvency II, Pension Funds, DPM, Workbook, EBA, ESMA, EIOPA, FIN-FSA
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