ACPR announced that the COREP_SUBCON taxonomy version 188.8.131.52 has been made available. This version of taxonomy should be used for sub-consolidated COREP reports (COREP_LCR_DA_SUBCON, COREP_NSFR_SUBCON, and COREP_ALM_SUBCON) from the June 30, 2021 deadline. The entry points of ACPR are identical to the entry points of the corresponding EBA taxonomy. These entry points are reserved for “sub-consolidated” reports. Standard consolidated reports must use the EBA entry points: COREP_LCR_DA, COREP_NSFR_CON, and COREP_ALM_CON. Exceptions must be approved by the ACPR supervisory college.
Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, COREP, Reporting, LCR, NSFR, Reporting Framework 3.0, CRR, Basel, Sub-Consolidation, Taxonomy, ACPR
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