Common Reporting (COREP) is the Capital Requirement Reporting Framework published by the European Banking Authority (EBA) in 2014. The overall framework includes guidance, templates and validations for reporting on Credit Risk, Market Risk, Operational Risk, Liquidity Risk, Leverage Ratio, Net Stable Funding and Large Exposures reporting.
Financial Reporting (FINREP) is one another key reporting suite published by European Banking Authority (EBA) as part of CRD IV. FINREP reports accounting positions of the firm across Balance Sheet, Income Statements and Equity positions.
Asset Encumbrance (AE) is part of the wider Reporting Framework published by EBA in conjunction with COREP and FINREP. It aims to report different views of the assets that a firm pledges to fund, secure or use as collateral for their On-Balance and Off-Balance Sheet transactions.
The Capital Requirements Directive — CRDIV requires competent authorities to conduct an annual assessment of the quality of internal approaches used for the calculation of own funds requirements. These benchmark values are based on data submitted by institutions as laid out in Regulation (EU) 2016/2070, which specifies the benchmarking portfolios, templates and definitions to be used in the annual benchmarking exercises.
The financial crisis of 2008 triggered a series of revised regulations across the industry. The crisis also reflected a lack on tools in place at the bank for winding down in the event of stress. This resulted in a new directive as Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) adopted across EU. Under this directive, a set of reporting requirements have been prescribed to enable governing body to better manage the Resolution of an institution causing minimal impact on overall economy.
Liquidity reporting forms a crucial role post the global financial crisis. The European Banking Authority (EBA) have published a series of templates for Liquidity reporting as part of their COREP reporting suite. In additional to that Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have taken additional measures to keep a check on UK banks liquidity following the crisis. We offer a complete solution to cover all your Liquidity management reporting needs.
Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have a series of reporting requirements that covers Financial information i.e. Balance Sheets Assets, Liabilities and Equities. Additionally the PRA requires a range of data information to support UK wide Stress Testing program run by PRA and BoE
FSA reporting is a set of mandatory Reports prescribed by the PRA for Banks, Building Socities and Investments Firms operating in the UK. These reports cover Financial Reporting and Risk reporting such as Market Risk, Operational Risk, Credit Risk and Liquidity Risk
A new reporting regulation published by Bank of England (BoE) for Ring Fencing that came into effect on 1st January 2019. A series of templates at various consolidation level are required to be submitted to BoE within specific reporting timeframes.
Pillar 2 is the basis of Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) for a firm. A series of templates published by BoE are reported for Pillar 2 that covers; but not limited to; Capital requirements for Credit Risk, Market Risk, Operational Risk, Concentration Risk, Pension Risk and Leverage Ratio.
A set of Market Disclosures as published by Basel committee of Banking Supervision (BCBS), Pillar 3 are tables for a variety of financial and risk information that banks have to provide to their investors / market participants to help them better understand the business and the risks associated. There are also a set of templates published for EU specific banks and financial industry referred as EU Pillar 3 templates.
A new reporting requirement by the European Central Bank (ECB) that applied across all banks operating within the EU. Anacredit stands for Analytical Credit Datasets that aim to harmonise the data collection and submission across the banking and financial industry who are actively doing businesses such as Credit Loans and lending within the Banking Book
Mortgage Lending and Administration Return (MLAR) is an FCA reporting requirement deeply focussed on the Mortgage Product and industry associated with it.
STDF Capital and other projections, as published by the PRA and BoE are a set of Stress Testing reporting requirements. This data and reporting requirement focuses on both Retail and Wholesale books of the banks to supply a varity of data as needed by the stress testing framework run by PRA and BoE
One another key reporting requirements by FCA that focus on major Retail Products within Banking industry in UK and their sales statistics. It covers Mortgage, Retail Investments, Pure Protections, Home Reversion Plans, Home Purchase Plans, Short-term loans and Mortgage Performance Sales Data