EMEA Regulatory Update: PRA Data Strategy Update - Lombard Risk

EMEA Regulatory Update: PRA Data Strategy Update

Focus: Regulatory
Online / Dial-in without leaving your office/desk
FREE / Live presentation

26 Jul, 2017
10:30am (London - GMT) Duration - 1 Hour

On the 6th July 2017, PRA published policy statement PS18/17, so finalising the last outstanding part of their current data strategy.  It’s time to mobilise.

This policy statement finalises the fate of FSA015 return; for some, it will be replaced with certain (more) FINREP tables.  It also makes clear that the PRA’s copies of the required FINREP tables will be collected via EBA DPM 2.7 via GABRIEL.

On 13 July 2017, PRA published CP13/17 which sets out pillar 2 liquidity reporting, PRA110, for Cashflow Mismatch. The reporting requirements are expected to be effective  1 January 2019 and will be collected in XBRL via the UK Banking Taxonomy.

Join Lombard Risk’s 45th online regulatory update to learn more from our regulatory experts.  We will discuss updates on PRA Data Strategy, the outcome of the PRA’s Stage II consultation on FSA015 & FINREP tables and the proposed pillar 2 liquidity reporting.


  • The development of PRA data strategy : PRA** returns
  • PRA data strategy phase II: Implementation timeline, forms, reporting methodologies, IFRS firms vs. non-IFRS firms & FSA015 vs. replaced FINREP templates
  • Pillar 2 liquidity reporting  PRA110 proposal: timeline, form, reporting methodologies…
  • The termination of FSA047 and FSA048

Delegates registering for this event are eligible to receive a copy of the presentation material, results of live on-line polls, and a summary of questions/answers that arise.

Presented by

james-phillipsJames Phillips – Global Director Regulatory Strategy

James is an industry expert on regulatory issues monitoring them on a global, regional and country/regulator basis through frequent interaction with regulatory groups and financial institutions. As a result, he fully understands financial services institutions’ operational procedures relating to internal and external monitoring and reporting demands.

Email: James.Phillips@lombardrisk.com / REGinfo@lombardrisk.com

Lombard Risk REG-Xperts are constantly monitoring the regulatory landscape, reading and interpreting the rules.

Ask our REG-Xperts a question in advance of the webinar by emailing REGinfo@lombardrisk.com