EMEA Regulatory Webinar: EBA DPM 2.8 - New PVA templates and EBA reporting for Resolution Reporting under BRRD - Lombard Risk

EMEA Regulatory Webinar: EBA DPM 2.8 – New PVA templates and EBA reporting for Resolution Reporting under BRRD

Focus: Regulatory
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16 May, 2018
1 Hour

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More EBA and UK local reporting take effect soon!

New EBA Reporting:

On 17 April 2018, the EBA published the latest Data Point Model (DPM) and eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) taxonomy.  DPM2.8 applies for submissions of data as of December 2018.  New reporting includes:

  • EBA COREP templates C32.01-C32.04 on Prudent Valuation for fair-valued items and supplementary information on credit risk.
  • Resolution reporting template Z1-Z10.2 introduced under EU Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD).

New UK local reporting:

On 8 January 2018, PRA published CP1/18 giving its expectations for reporting for minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities (MREL), the internal MREL. Three templates, MRL01.00- MRL03.00 are introduced.  These are to be submitted in XBRL format based on UK BoE taxonomy.  The reporting will come into force from 1 January 2019 at the earliest. BoE will inform firms of the first expected reporting date, along with MREL levels.

Moreover, the ring-fencing framework kicks in from 1 January 2019.  PRA has introduced new reporting templates, RFB 001 to RFB 008, to collect data on transactions between an RFB sub-group and group entities that are not members of the RFB sub-group. In-scope firms must submit these returns in XBRL format based on UK BoE taxonomy via GABRIEL.

Register to learn how your firm is impacted.  These reporting changes impact as at end 2018 and will need firms to get ready soon. 

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Presented by

james-phillipsJames Phillips – Global Head of 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: jphillips@vermeg.com / reginfo@vermeg.com

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