The AnaCredit project is an entirely new concept for the euro area owing to the level of detail required by the European Central Bank. Jean-Marie Trespaillé-Barrau, Manager of Invoke’s Regulatory Monitoring unit, explains this new regulation to us by means of 10 key questions.
Having dedicated the equivalent of over 15-person years to the development of a unique suite of native XBRL applications for managing the entire regulatory data value-chain for COREP and FINREP (that covers creating, visualizing, editing, validating, storing and re-using XBRL instance documents), Invoke has all the functional, technical and domain experience needed for advising and accompanying firms in managing the transition to COREP and FINREP reporting in XBRL.
Since the publication of the finalized CRD IV Package in the Official Journal on 27 June 2013, the European Banking Authority (EBA) now has a clear timeline for managing the unenviable task of getting Europe’s 8,300 credit institutions and 32 National Competent Authorities (NCAs) to all ‘speak the same language’.
Europe’s CRD IV regime will substantially increase reporting requirements for banks in Europe, but will also enable firms to report more efficiently in future. At the same time, the overhaul is prompting firms to think about centralising and standardising data, which is also the cue for a rigorous evaluation of the technology used to support firms’ data strategies.