Reporting of financial standing and risks
Reports will move to the new system as follows:
|31 July 2022||COREP LCR DA and ALMM|
|30 September 2022||FINREP, COREP OF, LR, LE, SBP IMV, NSFR, FP, GSII, FRTB, AE, COVID-19 and IFCLASS2|
|31 December 2022||REM BM, REM HE, REM HR Institution, SBP CR, SBP IFRS9, IFCLASS3, Solvency 2, Pension Fund, Pan-European Personal Pension Product|
|31 January 2023||SBP RM|
|31 March 2023||National data collections S, R and LTC|
|30 June 2023||EBA DPM 3.2 changes: AE, COREP ALM, COREP OF, GSII, IF CLASS2 and IF CLASS3|
|30 September 2023||
National data collection KP
|31 December 2023||
EBA DPM 3.3 changes to reporting
EIOPA 2.8 changes to reporting
ESMA: CSDR7, CSDR9 and MMF
National data collections RA and VJ
The following reports will remain in the legacy system for the present:
|FA, FT, JM, KA, KB, KT, MA, ML, MJ, MU, MV, RVA, VA, VB, VC, VD, VE, VF, VG, VK, VL, VM, VN, VO, VP, VS, VT, VQ and MF|
Resubmissions will be reported in the same system where the first submissions were reported.
The Financial Supervisory Authority’s secure email is the recommended way for supervised entities to send confidential information to the Financial Supervision Authority (FIN-FSA). Using secure email also enables the sender to receive a reply message confidentially. The automatic feedback messages of the FIN-FSA’s electronic reporting as well as reporting helpdesk functions will use secure email as of 15 October 2020.
You can use secure email
Instructions on how to use secure email can be found on the FIN-FSA website:
Individual secure email messages are stored on the service for 60 days, after which they are deleted. For later use, you can download and save messages and their attachments in a location of your choice.
Financial sector and insurance sector reporting maps
Reporting maps on Bank of Finland's webpages.