PRA published an information document that summarizes the new regulatory reporting requirements and reporting system requirements for ring-fencing by banks. The document is aimed at UK banking groups (in scope of structural reform requirements) that will be required to submit ring-fencing regulatory returns from January 01, 2019.
The following topics are covered in the information document:
- Reporting on a ring-fenced body (RFB) sub-group basis (new reporting for ring-fenced banks)
- RFB00x regulatory reporting templates
- Existing regulatory reports (at different consolidation basis)
- Future regulatory reports
Keywords: Europe, UK, Banking, Ring-fencing, RFBs, Reporting, Structural Reforms, PRA
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