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    08/28/2018
    The European Banking Authority has launched a consultation on proposed revisions to the existing Implementing Technical Standards for the financial reporting, or FINREP, framework under the Capital Requirements Regulation.

    The proposed revisions relate to the reporting requirements for non-performing and forborne exposures. The EBA proposes revisions to existing templates to provide for additional breakdowns on performing and non-performing exposures, forborne exposures and collateral obtained. The proposals include some new templates for additional reporting by institutions with elevated levels of non-performing exposures that are not "small and non-complex." The new templates are designed to provide further insights into an institution's portfolios of performing and non-performing loans and/or forborne loans and advances and on collateral obtained. The EBA also proposes revisions to the reporting on profit or loss items in FINREP and to account for the introduction of International Financial Reporting Standard 16 Leases, which is due to replace IAS 17 as the standard for the accounting of leases from January 1, 2019.

    Responses to the consultation are invited by November 27, 2018, using the "send your comments" button on the consultation webpage. The EBA also intends to hold a public hearing on the consultation proposals at its premises on October 3, 2018 from 10:00 to 11:30 U.K. time. The EBA expects to submit final draft revised ITS to the European Commission in April or May 2019. The first reference date for reporting in line with the revised ITS is expected to be March 31, 2020, with an implementation period of approximately one year.

    View the consultation paper.

    View the consultation webpage.

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