The French Prudential Supervisory Authority (ACPR) has published multiple reporting updates for the banking sector, including those related to the EBA filing Rule 1.6, the "Supervisory Benchmarking Portfolio IMV" collection (SBPIMV) version 188.8.131.52, and CREDITIMMO taxonomy.
Below are the key highlights of reporting updates:
- ACPR announced, for the concerned credit institutions, the collection titled "Supervisory Benchmarking Portfolio IMV" version 184.108.40.206 is available on the Onegate Test and Onegate Production portals. The regulator also reminded that SBPIMV remittances must be made with the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) and submitted on the ONEGATE portal in the “COR” domain.
- EBA modified the Reporting rule 1.6 to simplify the use of report indicators. From January 01, 2023, all delivery indicators must be set (with the attributes "True" or "False"), for each of the expected and unexpected states that make up the entry point. This change will apply to all submissions and resubmissions of EBA taxonomies. It will not apply to national reports. This change will not impact the Functional Business Cards (CvF) available in the "Document Management" on the OneGate portal. The Functional Business Card will only indicate the expected states. Unexpected states will not be mentioned. As exemplified in ACPR notification, this change impacts COREPOF entry point, AE (Asset Encumbrance) entry point, and GSII report submission indicators, among others.
- ACPR announced a delay in the availability of the “Guaranteed Bank Bonds” collection on the production platform. The “Guaranteed Bank Bonds” collection initially scheduled for October 01, 2022 to October 15, 2022 is thus shifted to the period from October 10, 2022 to October 22, 2022. The regulator does not guarantee that OBG remittances made before October 10, 2022 will be taken into account.
- As part of the updates on CREDITIMMO Taxonomy Versions 2.3.0 and 2.4.0, ACPR updated the "control" document and disabled certain assertions. For the CREDITIMMO Taxonomy Version 2.3.0, ACPR disabled assertions CH.01.01-00107 to CH.01.01-00117, and CH.01.01-01072 while, for the CREDITIMMO Taxonomy Version 2.3.0, ACPR disabled assertions CH.01.01-00107 to CH.01.01-00117, CH.01.01-01072, and CH.01.01-01499. CREDITIMMO taxonomy applies to the banking sector and has an architecture and structure similar to that of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR)/Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) IV taxonomies from EBA and Solvency II taxonomy from EIOPA.
- ACPR published the updated version of the template for the Surfi report titled "Census of new contracts - M_CONTRAN." The M_CONTRAN document/table/template lists, line by line, new credit transactions with customers, concluded during the reporting period. The M_CONTRAN document lists, in an exhaustive manner, the new credit agreements denominated in euros, concluded with private individuals, non-financial companies, individual entrepreneurs, non-profit institutions serving households and local public administrations, residing in France or in the Economic and Monetary Union (euro zone). This document is used by the Banque de France to collect data to calculate the wear thresholds in accordance with Articles L. 314-6 to L. 314-9 of the Consumer Code and Article L. 313-5-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code.
Related Links (in French)
- SBPIMV 220.127.116.11 Reporting
- Changes to EBA Filing Rule 1.6
- EBA Filing Rules (PDF)
- Update on Guaranteed Bank Bonds Report
- Update on CREDITIMMO Taxonomy 2.3.0
- CREDITIMMO Version 2.3.0
- Update on CREDITIMMO Taxonomy 2.4.0
- CREDITIMMO Version 2.4.0
- Update on M_CONTRAN Template
- Updated M_CONTRAN Template
- Updated Documentation on M_CONTRAN (PDF)
Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, Taxonomy, Reporting, CREDITIMMO Taxonomy, OneGate, Guaranteed Bank Bonds, M CONTRAN, Surfi, EBA, BDE, ACPR
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