Commission Implementing Regulation with regard to additional monitoring metrics for liquidity reporting adopted on 1 March 2016
On 1 March 2016, the European Commission adopted Regulation (EU) 2016/313 as the Implementing Technical Standard (ITS) with regard to additional monitoring metrics for liquidity reporting. The Regulation was published in the Official Journal (OJ) of the European Union on 5 March 2016. The reporting requirements of the ITS apply to credit institutions.
Template C 66.00 on the maturity breakdown (maturity ladder), which was part of the final ITS proposal of the European Banking Authority (EBA) was omitted from the Regulation, since the Commission determined that the additional regulatory burden of mandatory reporting of a maturity ladder would be disproportionate to the benefits. The Commission has asked the EBA to align the maturity ladder as soon as possible with the reporting referred to in Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/61 with regard to the liquidity coverage requirement and to submit it to the Commission for adoption. Before entry into force of the maturity ladder under the ITS, supervisory authorities may require additional national reporting on the maturity ladder.
The first reporting date for additional monitoring metrics for liquidity reporting is 30 April 2016 for institutions reporting on a monthly basis. Institutions meeting all of the conditions provided in Article 1, Paragraph 2 of the Regulation, may report the data on a quarterly basis, in which case the first reporting date is 30 June 2016. The reporting delay for monthly reports is 30 calendar days during the first six months, instead of 15 calendar days. The customary period of six months from the publication of the Regulation to launch of the reporting required by it does not apply here since the reporting requirements have been known since January 2014 and they have not changed much from those proposed by the EBA during the process. The six-month period between the adoption of a regulation and its implementation is intended to apply to reporting for which institutions have not any opportunity to prepare.
For the time being, FIN-FSA's M reporting continues normally.
For further information, please contact
Risk expert Tomi Halme, tel +358 10 831 5233 or tomi.halme(at)fiva.fi