The EBA organises on 13 September in London a workshop on the technical implementation of the new supervisory reporting requirements.
The objective for this workshop is to provide an update on developments related to the Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) and to receive feedback on technical details related to the data definitions included in the ITS - in particular on the revised data templates and the Data Point Model (DPM). EBA representatives will provide an update regarding data templates and the data point model covering Articles 95, 96 and 383 of CRR (i.e. COREP, FINREP, IP losses, Large exposures). The focus will be on the extent of data items to be included in the ITS (which has changed compared to CP50 and CP51), changes/improvements to the definitions of data items as well as relations between data items (hierarchies, formulas etc.) included in the data point model.
The target audience for this workshop are technical experts involved in the practical implementation of the new requirements with knowledge of relevant data definitions(COREP, FINREP) and data modelling.
Data templates and the DPM have been revised based on internal reviews and on feedback received during public consultations and will be made available beforehand.
Registration for the workshop is now closed.
UPDATE - Material for the workshop
Below are the draft templates and instructions together with the data point model (DPM) modified following the consultation process. The templates and the DPM cover COREP, FINREP, IP Losses and Large Exposures.
All templates, instructions and the DPM are still draft and should not be considered as final products. The EBA will deliver the final draft templates and DPM to the European Commission for endorsement once the final text of the CRR/CRD4 package is adopted by the European legislators.
Draft ITS on reporting - Annexes - Templates
Draft DPM files
Draft DPM Database
NEW/ PPT presentations used during the workshop
In advance of the workshop, you are invited to send technical feedback and questions on the templates, the instructions and the DPM to CP50@eba.europa.eu. For structuring the workshop you’re comments would be most helpful if we receive them by 6 September. The comments should only regard technical aspects of the templates and DPM.
The European Banking Authority was established by Regulation (EC) No. 1093/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010. The EBA has officially come into being as of 1 January 2011 and has taken over all existing and ongoing tasks and responsibilities from the Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS). The EBA acts as a hub and spoke network of EU and national bodies safeguarding public values such as the stability of the financial system, the transparency of markets and financial products and the protection of depositors and investors.