The PRA provided an update on User Acceptance Testing (UAT) for the Bank of England’s Electronic Data Submission (BEEDS) portal for Capital+ reporting. For firms with a reporting deadline in January and February 2018, the PRA intends to provide a UAT environment in November or early December 2017. The PRA will confirm exact dates for UAT in September. The indicative timeline for BEEDS onboarding has been updated to reflect this.
For the remaining firms (with a reporting deadline of March 2018 and beyond), the PRA will aim to provide an opportunity for UAT once a quarter in 2018. If firms have any queries, for example, regarding their submission deadline, they should contact their usual supervisory contact. The document on indicative timeline provides details of the onboarding activities for the BEEDS portal leading up to the submission deadline for firms.
Keywords: Europe, United Kingdom, Banking, Capital+, BEEDS, Reporting, PRA
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