GABRIEL will be unavailable from 8am on Friday 18 April until 8am on Monday 21 April for essential system maintenance.
Please do not log on during this time.
If you are new to GABRIEL, use the new users page to register.
We provide help text to assist firms with the completion of RMA data items.
This course is designed for all firms who are subject to reporting using GABRIEL.
We are introducing new rules on mortgage data reporting on 1 January 2015, including changes to Product Sales Data (PSD) for mortgages. We have published the new data items (PSD001 and PSD007), and we have also published FAQs.
The free GABRIEL e-learning has been updated to cater for COREP and FINREP reporting under CRD IV.
The GABRIEL web pages have been updated to cater for COREP and FINREP reporting under CRD IV. This includes the publication of an updated technical pack, and an FCA Filing manual and taxonomy mapping document (located on the new COREP & FINREP page under Data Reference Guides).
The February 2014 quarterly update is now available on our publications page. It publishes the changes that will be made to GABRIEL in March.
New data items for Close links (REP001 and REP001a) and controllers (REP002) reporting are now available in GABRIEL. This includes the ability to attach an organisation chart in PDF format. For more information, read our FAQs.
New versions of RMA-E, RMA-H, MLA-D, RIA-Complaints and FSA056 are also now available.
An interim technical guidance note to assist firms with the completion of Section K of the RMAR has been published.
The rules in the European Unions’ legislative package known as ‘CRD IV’ will apply from 1 January 2014. CRD IV is made up of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD).
CRD IV implements standardised EU regulatory reporting and firms falling under CRD IV will be subject to reporting regulatory and financial data (COREP and FINREP) through GABRIEL using a reporting language called XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language). This is different from the current requirements of CRD III.
Firms reporting schedules on GABRIEL for 2014 do not currently reflect the CRD IV requirements. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) are in the process of updating schedules for the firms which fall under CRD IV.
We are aiming to have up-to-date reporting schedules available in the first quarter of 2014. Until then, firms will still see data items of the pre-CRD IV regime, such as FSA003, appearing on their schedules for 2014 reporting periods.
Please note that firms who expect to continue to be subject to CRD III requirements should not expect any impact to their existing schedules.
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