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RegTech News for Filers

  • European Supervisory Authorities issue opinions on the ESRS
    Following the entry into force of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (Directive (EU) 2022/2464) (CSRD) on the January 5, 2023 all eyes turned to the adoption of the first set of EU Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) being developed by the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) for the European Commission under the Corporate Sustainability Reporting […]
  • ISSB and EFRAG standards: Moving to the standardization of sustainability-related disclosures
    Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) as an important foundation for the ISSB standards “Globally consistent and comparable disclosures will enable better financial decision-making,” – emphasized Klaas Knot, Chair of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) in his speech at September’s Morningstar Investment Conference in Amsterdam, on the theme of navigating climate-related financial risks.
  • The SRB ‘heat-map’ on the banks' progress towards resolvability
    As part of its role as the central resolution authority within the Banking Union, the Single Resolution Board (SRB) has set its expectations for banks in the resolution planning phase, to demonstrate that they are resolvable and prepared for crisis management. Banks are expected to have built up their capabilities on all aspects by the […]

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  • EBA makes navigating through supervisory reporting requirements easier
    In May 2023, the European Banking Authority (EBA) launched an interactive signposting tool for supervisory reporting designed to assist institutions in identifying relevant modules and templates for their reporting requirements. The signposting tool is particularly beneficial for small and non-complex institutions, which often struggle to understand the regulations and requirements.This move lies in the plane […]
  • Solvency II: EIOPA released the final Taxonomy 2.8.0
    On 17 March 2023, following Public Working Draft 3 (PWD 3) release, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published the final version of 2.8.0. Solvency II Model.Due to the scope of changes stemming from a comprehensive review of the Solvency II Directive, it was decided that the 2.8.0 release was preceded by […]
  • InsurTech impact and trends in 2023: ChatGPT sharing its ‘thoughts’
    A handful of accelerating insurance technologies are poised to transform the insurance industry and its regulatory landscape. Over the last few years, new technologies have become more available and widely used by insurers, pensions funds and regulatory authorities. Many have tapped artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and software solutions pursuing the objectives of their digital transformation […]

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  • Designing a SupTech Strategy: Evolve slowly or leapfrog?
    SupTech adoption has taken a quantum leap across the financial sector supervisors, empowering their activities aimed at development of the new methodologies and processes for enhanced market oversight, better protection of consumers and generation of insights for data-driven decision making.  
  • BIS invites comments on ISO 20022 harmonisation requirements for enhancing cross-border payments
    The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has opened a public consultation on proposals to harmonise the use of ISO 20022 messages in cross-border payments, which are presented in the consultative report.  
  • EIOPA publishes PWD 3 of Solvency II 2.8.0 Taxonomy
     During the latest workshop of the series “Taxonomy Meets the Market” on February 8,  the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) together with the National Competent Authorities (NCAs), insurance undertakings, software providers, discussed and presented new developments on regulatory reporting and the upcoming 2.8.0 taxonomy release.  

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