Reform of the Reporting System

First reports will move to the new system in summer 2022

The system reform covers EBA ITS, EIOPA ITS, ESMA and national (Virati) regulatory reporting. Reports will be submitted to the new system as of the dates given below. The final timetable will be further specified during summer 2022.

Date Regulatory reporting
31 July 2022 COREP LCR DA and ALMM
30 September 2022 FINREP, COREP OF, LR, LE, SBP CR, SBP RM, SBP IMV, NSFR, FP, REM HE, REM BM, GSII, FRTB, AE, COVID-19 and IF
31 December 2022 Solvency 2, Pension Fund, Pan-European Personal Pension Product
31 March 2023 National data collections S, R and LTC
30 June 2023 AIFMD, CSDR7, CSDR9 and MMF

The timetable for other national data collection will be further specified during beginning of the year 2023.

Reporter Portal

In the new Reporting System, reporters will have access to a Reporter Portal in which Finnish and foreign reporters will be identified and authorised via the suomi.fi service. Communication between the FIN-FSA and the reporter will take place via the Reporter Portal, and communication by email will be discontinued.

Reports submitted via portal or interface

Each reporter will see its own reporting obligations in the Reporter Portal. In the Reporter Portal, the reporter can either upload reports it has produced itself or complete data collection-specific web forms. It will also be possible to submit reports to the FIN-FSA directly from the reporter’s own reporting system via an interface (A2A) provided for the reporter. No web forms are planned for CSDR7, CSDR9, and MMF data collections, so reports can either be uploaded to the Reporting System in the Reporter Portal or submitted through the interface.

In the new Reporting System, national reporting will continue to be in CSV format.

For submitted reports, the reporter will receive reporting feedback via both the Reporter Portal and interface (A2A) directly to the reporter’s own reporting system. Reporters will also be able to download submitted reports and reporting feedback in Excel format from the portal.

Test environment for reporters’ use

Reporters will also have access to a test environment. Reporters may submit their reports to the testing environment for checking before submitting the official report to the FIN-FSA.

Production of reporting applications will end

Production of the FIN-FSA’s reporting applications will end as reporting is transferred to the new Reporting System. If, in the future, reporters need to use tools in the production of reports, there are available on the market commercial applications for the production of reports.