The French Prudential Supervisory Authority (ACPR) has implemented, in its information system, updates linked to the Data Point Model (DPM) version 3.1. This taxonomy version notably incorporates changes related to the Investment Firms Regulation and Directive (IFR and IFD). Among other updates, new statements related to IFR/IFD regulations have been created. These statements include “FI” and COREP statements for investment firms and class 2 investment finance companies, “IF” statements for investment firms and class 3 investment finance companies, and "IF" statements for single groups of investment firms. These reports have to be submitted on the OneGate portal in the "COR" domain at the level of the "SURFI" collection. For new remitters, a complete accreditation request for the SURFI collection must be made on the OneGate portal. The new version of the functional business cards, which will be made available on the OneGate portal in the coming days, will incorporate these changes. ACPR also updated the list of optional reporting obligations.
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