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    09/12/2018
    The U.K. Prudential Regulation Authority has launched a consultation on changes to the PRA's reporting requirements to reflect proposed changes set out by the European Banking Authority in EBA consultations launched in August 2018. The EBA proposes a number of revisions to the existing Implementing Technical Standards on the supervisory reporting requirements under the Capital Requirements Regulation. These include proposed revisions to the financial reporting (FINREP) annexes of the ITS, which add new reporting requirements for non-performing and forborne exposures, amend the reporting of profit or loss items (in particular on expenses) and amend the reporting on leases following International Financial Reporting Standard 16. Proposed revisions to the common reporting (COREP) annexes relate to the Liquidity Coverage Requirement for credit institutions.

    The PRA's proposals are relevant to U.K. banks and building societies. Alignment of the PRA's reporting requirements requires the PRA to make amendments to PRA reporting templates for ring-fenced banks, profit and loss statements and forecast capital data and also requires an extension of the existing FINREP templates to include the non-performing loan and forborne exposure templates contained in the EBA's consultations.

    Comments on the consultation are invited by December 12, 2018. The PRA's proposals will be implemented on a date that corresponds with the implementation of the EBA's FINREP and COREP changes. This is currently expected to be March 2020.

    View the consultation paper (PRA CP 19/18).

    View the consultation webpage.

    View details of EBA's proposals for the FINREP framework.

    View details of the EBA's proposals for the COREP framework.

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