PRA104-PRA108 Financial Statements Reporting on Gabriel

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PRA104-PRA108 Financial Statements Reporting is required to be in XBRL format for submission on the Gabriel system starting from the 1 January 2018. This is relevant to PRA-authorised banks, building societies and designated investment firms and on reporting of P&L data by non-EEA banks authorised to accept deposits through a branch in the United Kingdom.

The Balance Sheet templates (PRA104-PRA106) provide forecasts of certain balance sheet exposures at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

The forecast profit or loss template (PRA107) provides forecasts of certain Statement of Profit or loss items at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

Memorandum items (PRA 108) provide information on various memorandum and off balance sheet items, as previously reported in the Memorandum items section of the FSA001(Balance sheet return as submitted between 2008 and 2017).

The forecasts are reported semi-annually and should be updated in line with any revisions to forecasts used in the internal planning process. If a firm does not re-forecast or update the forecast at the mid-year, then the figures will be the same as previously reported. Forecast data should be made on a reasonable endeavours basis.

PRA104-PRA108 Financial Statements Reporting is required to be in XBRL format for submission on the Gabriel system starting from the 1 January 2018. This is relevant to PRA-authorised banks, building societies and designated investment firms and on reporting of P&L data by non-EEA banks authorised to accept deposits through a branch in the United Kingdom.

The Balance Sheet templates (PRA104-PRA106) provide forecasts of certain balance sheet exposures at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

The forecast profit or loss template (PRA107) provides forecasts of certain Statement of Profit or loss items at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

Memorandum items (PRA 108) provide information on various memorandum and off balance sheet items, as previously reported in the Memorandum items section of the FSA001(Balance sheet return as submitted between 2008 and 2017).

The forecasts are reported semi-annually and should be updated in line with any revisions to forecasts used in the internal planning process. If a firm does not re-forecast or update the forecast at the mid-year, then the figures will be the same as previously reported. Forecast data should be made on a reasonable endeavours basis.

PRA104-PRA108 Financial Statements Reporting is required to be in XBRL format for submission on the Gabriel system starting from the 1 January 2018. This is relevant to PRA-authorised banks, building societies and designated investment firms and on reporting of P&L data by non-EEA banks authorised to accept deposits through a branch in the United Kingdom.

The Balance Sheet templates (PRA104-PRA106) provide forecasts of certain balance sheet exposures at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

The forecast profit or loss template (PRA107) provides forecasts of certain Statement of Profit or loss items at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

Memorandum items (PRA 108) provide information on various memorandum and off balance sheet items, as previously reported in the Memorandum items section of the FSA001(Balance sheet return as submitted between 2008 and 2017).

The forecasts are reported semi-annually and should be updated in line with any revisions to forecasts used in the internal planning process. If a firm does not re-forecast or update the forecast at the mid-year, then the figures will be the same as previously reported. Forecast data should be made on a reasonable endeavours basis.

PRA104-PRA108 Financial Statements Reporting is required to be in XBRL format for submission on the Gabriel system starting from the 1 January 2018. This is relevant to PRA-authorised banks, building societies and designated investment firms and on reporting of P&L data by non-EEA banks authorised to accept deposits through a branch in the United Kingdom.

The Balance Sheet templates (PRA104-PRA106) provide forecasts of certain balance sheet exposures at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

The forecast profit or loss template (PRA107) provides forecasts of certain Statement of Profit or loss items at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

Memorandum items (PRA 108) provide information on various memorandum and off balance sheet items, as previously reported in the Memorandum items section of the FSA001(Balance sheet return as submitted between 2008 and 2017).

The forecasts are reported semi-annually and should be updated in line with any revisions to forecasts used in the internal planning process. If a firm does not re-forecast or update the forecast at the mid-year, then the figures will be the same as previously reported. Forecast data should be made on a reasonable endeavours basis.

PRA104-PRA108 Financial Statements Reporting is required to be in XBRL format for submission on the Gabriel system starting from the 1 January 2018. This is relevant to PRA-authorised banks, building societies and designated investment firms and on reporting of P&L data by non-EEA banks authorised to accept deposits through a branch in the United Kingdom.

The Balance Sheet templates (PRA104-PRA106) provide forecasts of certain balance sheet exposures at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

The forecast profit or loss template (PRA107) provides forecasts of certain Statement of Profit or loss items at the end of a firm’s current financial year-end and the following year-end, based on the firm’s business plan.

Memorandum items (PRA 108) provide information on various memorandum and off balance sheet items, as previously reported in the Memorandum items section of the FSA001(Balance sheet return as submitted between 2008 and 2017).

The forecasts are reported semi-annually and should be updated in line with any revisions to forecasts used in the internal planning process. If a firm does not re-forecast or update the forecast at the mid-year, then the figures will be the same as previously reported. Forecast data should be made on a reasonable endeavours basis.

Capital+ Taxonomy in DPM Authority

CONTENTS.

The regulatory reporting of financial statements, forecast capital data and IFRS 9 requirements of the DPM cover the following templates

  • PRA104 – Balance sheet – forecast data (Assets)
  • PRA105 – Balance sheet – forecast data (Liabilities)
  • PRA106 – Balance sheet – forecast data (Equity)
  • PRA107 – Statement of profit or loss – forecast data
  • PRA108 – Memorandum items

BANK OF ENGLAND BANKING XBRL TAXONOMY.

The taxonomy, data point model (DPM) dictionary, annotated templates and validation rules cover the requirements for financial statements as set out in PS36/16 ‘Financial statements – responses to Chapter 3 of CP17/16’ , which takes effect from 1 January 2018.

It also covers the requirements for Capital+ Reporting as set out in PS32/16 ‘Responses to Chapter 3 of CP17/16 – forecast capital data’, which takes effect from 1 October 2017.

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INTUITIVE PRESENTATION OF DPM TEMPALTES.

DPM Authority presents individual DPM templates as XBRL tagged tables as described by the XBRL taxonomy.

GENERATION OF EXCEL INPUT TEMPLATES.

DPM Authority can generate and link to Excel versions of the DPM templates. These workbooks can be used to automate reported data points using calculations and linking to external data sources for automatic importing into DPM Authority.

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Interactive Validation Results

INTERACTIVE VALIDATION RESULTS.

XBRL validation failure messages are typically very difficult to understand and to resolve. DPM authority helps the user by presenting each failure in a number of different ways. Each message is interactive where clicking on a failure will highlight the data points contributing to the issue in the user interface.

DRAG AND DROP ORACLE EPM AUTOMATION.

DPM Authority is the only Capital+ tool that can integrate natively with Oracle EPM (HFM, Planning and Essbase).  EPM dimensions and their members are listed in the automation panel and can be dragged and dropped onto individual cells, entire rows, columns or sheets.  It couldn’t be simpler.

 

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Hiding the complexities of XBRL.

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