ACPR has published specifications in context of the switch to Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) from the December 2021 Decree for banking and insurance data collections. For bank and insurance collections, the CIB and SIREN identifiers will be replaced in the OneGate application by LEI, for all remittances made from December 2021 deadline; however, all corrective declarations that are related to orders prior to December 2021, but are made in 2022, will continue to be identified with the CIB identifiers for the banking sector and SIREN for the insurance sector.
The key LEI specifications are related to the following:
- Extension of remitters' rights on the Domain code/LEI for banks and insurance collections
- Modification of the OneGate header of the XML/XBRL U2A and A2A file remittances
- Modification of the delivery context for establishments in XBRL files
- Retrieval of documents in document management
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Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, Insurance, OneGate, LEI, Identifiers, ACPR
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