European banks have a mandate to open a branch in any European country as a branch of a foreign institution. Apart from the fact that a bank is supervised by FSA in the country of its origin, there are some regulatory obligations in a host country. Read more…
TranSIS is the system for supervisors that helps to manage reporting process in many entities. One of the most advanced features of tranSIS is the modern analysis module. The analysis of the reported data is very useful in supervision of a banking system.
The English version of aSISt is now available. The demo version of aSISt is based on CEBS COREP/FINREP taxonomy – this taxonomy has English labels and is the basis for all European taxonomies.
Volcanic ash grounded our flight to Rome and we were not able to attend to Rome conference. Unfortunately. We wanted to share there our experience in XBRL processing. Now, our presentations might be found below.
GPM Systemy provides a comprehensive toolset for institutions who deal with the XRBL reporting cycle.
GPM SYSTEMY is giving a presentation “Simplifying reporting work with the aSISt application” during Solution Day.
The purpose of creating aSISt was to provide a specialized application for COREP and FINREP build on XBRL technology.
Basel II regulations have changed the banking supervision practices and standards. The CRD (Capital Requirements Directive) has become a new banking supervision standard in the E.U. The XBRL language has been chosen to achieve standardization on a technical level.