MFSA updated information on the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) DA and the additional liquidity monitoring metrics (ALMM) modules as part of the common reporting (COREP) framework. The LCR DA module will be applicable from reference date of April 2020. The ALMM module will be applicable from reference date of April 2020 for institutions submitting this module on a monthly basis and from reference date of June 2020 for institutions submitting this module on a quarterly basis.
Credit institutions are required to report, to MFSA, the prudential information under the COREP framework and the Financial Reporting (FINREP) framework established under the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and the implementing technical standards on supervisory reporting (Regulation 680/2014). The information is required to be reported in accordance with the MFSA-issued Circulars on COREP and FINREP and subject to any terms and conditions that MFSA may impose. Credit institutions are required to submit COREP and FINREP data on both a solo and consolidated basis, where applicable.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Malta, Banking, COREP, FINREP, Reporting, LCR, ALMM, Liquidity Risk, CRR, Basel, MFSA
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