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EBA introduces new reporting and disclosure templates

9th June 2020

EBA introduces new reporting and disclosure templates for June 2020 submission By Samuel Welford-Smith, Business Development Manager, UK & Ireland

The EBA announced on the 2nd June 2020 guideline on “reporting and disclosure of exposures subject to measures applied in response to the COVID-19 crisis” Published article can be found HERE. Why: In response to the need to address negative economic consequences of COVID-19 pandemic, the European Union (EU) and Member States have introduced a […]

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19th May 2020

VERMEG ENHANCES XBRL SERVICE PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE DURING COVID-19 CRISIS By Andrew Kesbey, Global Head of Regulatory Product

Building on last month’s announcement of the offer of a free of charge XBRL Checker for COREP, FINREP and PRA, we have now added the PRA 110 to this service with immediate effect. The 110 is probably the most complex and comprehensive of the PRA’s Regulatory Returns and this addition will provide significant value to […]

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7th May 2020

Banking, Regulation and Covid-19: (Stress) Testing Times By Jonathan Cardwell, Product Consultant

They say all good things must come to an end eventually. After more than 10 years of sustained economic growth and steadily rising GDP across Europe and the rest of the world, that end has come in a dramatic way this year. To say I would have been shocked if anyone had of predicted that […]

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23rd April 2020

VERMEG offers UK Regulatory Reporting service free of charge during COVID-19 crisis By Andrew Kesbey, Global Head of Regulatory Product

Further to our announcement last week that we would be making the XBRL Checker service available free of charge during the COVID-19 crisis. To review the XBRL Checker service click HERE. VERMEG is now also offering a Cloud Based Regulatory Reporting service free of charge for firms that may need assistance with their reporting in […]

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21st April 2020

PRA advises UK banks to use liquidity and capital buffers to continue supporting customers By Jonathan Cardwell, Product Consultant

The PRA have released a statement and Q&A advising banks that they should use their capital and liquidity buffers to support customers and the UK economy. Banks are required to have substantial liquidity buffers – cash and short-term bonds in order to repay short term obligations as they fall due, at a level well over […]

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