The French Prudential Control and Resolution Authority (ACPR) published a technical note that provides details about the error messages returned on the OneGate portal on submitting prudential reports in XBRL format. The note provides some details on the controls implemented in the SGACPR information system and the error messages that are returned on the OneGate portal in the event of anomalies. The reports that present data anomalies are considered to be absent in the system and are subject to delayed reminders if the corrective declarations are not transmitted within the time limits provided for by the regulations in force. This relates to the implementation of the new prudential data collection application DLPP, on April 12, 2021.
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