EBA published the phase 1 of its reporting framework 3.1, with the technical package covering the new reporting requirements for investment firms (under the implementing technical standards on investment firms reporting). The technical package supports implementation of this reporting framework by providing standard specifications and includes the validation rules, the Data Point Model (DPM), and the XBRL taxonomies. The DPM Query Tool has also been updated to reflect the current release. The reporting framework is expected to apply from September 2021.
The EBA reporting framework 3.1 includes the following new and amended reporting requirements:
- New reporting requirements for investment firms (covering the implementing technical standards on investment firms reporting and disclosure and the regulatory technical standards on reporting of thresholds for investment firms)
- Changes to resolution planning reporting
- Changes to the implementing technical standards on supervisory benchmarking
- Press Release
- Validation Rules (XLSX)
- Taxonomy Files and Other Information (ZIP)
- DPM Query Tool (ZIP)
- Reporting Framework 3.1
- Technical Standards on Investment Firms Reporting
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Basel, Reporting, Reporting Framework 3.1, IFR, Investment Firms, Resolution Planning, Resolution Framework, Supervisory Benchmarking, EBA
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