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CBI to strengthen XBRL and XML use amidst impending IFR/IFD

To say that regulatory reporting changes in the blink of an eye would be an exaggeration, but the pace is quickening, and it’s already a matter of months, not years. For the most part, most National Competent Authorities (NCA’s) have already begun to recognize the power of using open data standards (particularly XBRL) for reporting. You might ask, why? Better data leads to better decisions, and in the simplest of terms, XBRL aids NCA’s in faster and more cost-effective comparison of financial information submitted by many reporting entities.

One step closer to IFPR – the FCA publishes its second consultation paper on the new regime for investment firms

In 2018, the European Banking Authority set out to provide investment firms with a less burdensome prudential regime. As a result of many considerations circling around compliance and reporting issues, the Investment Firms Regulation and Directive was introduced: in short, the IFR/IFD package.

Lens on the IFR&IFD Regime: Potential implications for reporting answered in 3 questions

Within the euro area, the non-banking sector currently accounts for 55% of the financial sector, compared to 14% thirteen years ago- in 2008. Whereas the foremost regulatory focus has been on the importance of supervision over the banking and insurance sectors, non-banking entities have become significant players and contributors to the financial landscape as a whole. This, coupled with drivers of change, such as innovation sweeping through the financial landscape and the increasing number of digitally provided services, has triggered regulatory changes to encompass these trends. As a result, investment firms within the EU will fall under regulations specified by the Investment Firms Regulation and Directive (IFR&IFD) from 26 June 2021.

Classification under IFR&IFD

Key aspects of the regime for Investment Firms

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Combining the business implications and data reporting perspective

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The IFR&IFD timeline

December 2019

IFR&IFD enters into force

December 2020

EBA submits IFR&IFD technical standards to the European Commission

June 2021

Deadline for adopting IFR&IFD begins to apply. EBA and ESMA will submit second regulatory technical standards under IFR&IFD.

December 2022

Introduction od the environmental, social and governance risks disclosures.

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