ACPR notified that certain “validation rules” controls in the taxonomy Data Point Model (DPM) version 2.8 have been identified as inconsistent. Some rules have been the subject of a question and answer (Q&A) with EBA and should be modified or deleted in a future version of taxonomy. Nevertheless, ACPR decided to deactivate certain validation rules in its information system.
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