French Regulators Issue Reporting Updates for Banks
The French Prudential Supervisory Authority (ACPR) published multiple reporting updates for the banking sector, including those related to the reporting framework 3.2 and RUBA and CREDITIMMO taxonomies. The Banque de France (BdF) has also made available Version 1.7 of the AnaCredit reporting validation check in line the ECB publication in July 2022, and published the updated documents on “AnaCredit BDF Controls.”
ACPR modified the Functional Business Cards of its information system to integrate the developments from the Decree 12/2022. The updated version 3.2 of the taxonomy, that is, the Data Point Model (DPM v.3.2) incorporates changes related to the level of consolidation, standards (IFRS/NGAAP), filing rule 1.6 and use of the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). As part of the updates on CREDITIMMO Taxonomy Version 2.4.0, ACPR updated the "control" document and disabled assertions CH.01.01-00349 to CH.01.01-00359, CH.01.01-01220, CH.01.01-01630, CH.01.01-00082 to CH.01.01-00092, CH.01.01-01064 and CH.01.01-01491. Finally, as part of the updates on RUBA Taxonomy Version 1.1.0, ACPR informed that eight assertions for RUBA B repository type and six assertions for RUBA M deposit type have been deactivated from the information system.
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Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, Reporting, Taxonomy, DPM, LEI, Reporting Framework 3.2, CREDITIMMO Taxonomy, RUBA, Anacredit, Validation Checks, ECB, BDF, ACPR
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