The UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have issued a supervisory statement updating their guidelines for completing regulatory reports. The guidelines have been updated over the summer following the adoption of the European Banking Authority Taxonomy 2.9, and again in September following the revision of the branch return for international banks. Changes to the branch return […]
The UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority have updated their rulebook, making a number of changes to regulatory reporting requirements. Following a consultation period, the PRA have published a policy statement outlining the final updated reporting requirements for ring-fenced bank reporting, Capital+ reporting and the scope of Financial Reporting (FINREP) to be reported by certain firms that […]
In light of a recent consultation, the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have issued an updated supervisory statement clarifying climate-related disclosure requirements. Responses to the PRA’s consultation paper, Enhancing Banks’ and Insurers’ Approaches to Managing the Financial Risks from Climate Change, encouraged the PRA to move more quickly on climate issues, suggesting that too few firms are […]
The UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has published a consultation paper (Consultation Paper 8/19) revising the supervision of international banks – which includes a proposal to replace the current Excel reporting format for Branch Return Forms with XBRL. The proposal would affect all PRA-supervised branches of deposit takers and investment firms which are not headquartered […]
On Friday 8 March the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) hosted the first meeting of the Climate Financial Risk Forum (CFRF). With climate change threatening to create financial risks relevant to these UK regulators’ objectives, the CFRF has been set up to help develop practical tools for addressing climate-related financial […]
The Bank of England has released an updated supervisory statement outlining guidelines for completing regulatory reports in the light of the latest updates to the UK’s PRA rulebook. The guidelines include two new regulatory reporting guidelines due to come into effect in January 2019, around the use of financial market infrastructures and excluded activities and […]
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In the first such move by a central bank worldwide, the Bank of England (BoE) has stepped up its calls for financial institutions to take action on climate change with the release of a set of proposed supervisory rules.
A new Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) report examines how climate change poses financial risks to banks and how they are responding.
Following the publication of the final PRA110 template and reporting instructions in the PRA has received a number of questions. The responses to these have now been published in a Q&A clarifying the reporting rules.