Out of all the data items and instructions that came into force recently, PRA published several data items and instructions to reflect policy effective from January 01, 2019. These data items and instructions include FSA071, FSA076-79, FSA081-83 data items, FSA071-83 instructions, REP001, and REP001a, along with the guidance on terms used in data items FSA071 to FSA082 and PRA111.
The impacted FSA data items relate to firm information and Pillar 2A summary, Pillar 2 credit risk standardized approach retail and wholesale, Pillar 2 concentration risk minimum and additional data requirements, Pillar 2 Pension risk, Pillar 2 credit risk IRB retail, and leverage ratio template. A number of additional data items and instructions that came into force on January 01, 2019 include RFB data items and instructions, PRA109 on operational continuity data item and instruction, and Branch Return Form. PRA will be conducting checks on these templates and instructions to ensure accuracy by close of business on January 03, 2019.
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