The European Securities and Markets Authority published a Consultation Paper on draft Guidelines on Securitisation Repository Data Completeness and Consistency Thresholds under the Securitisation Regulation.
In November 2019, the European Commission published Regulatory Technical Standards, supplementing the Securitisation Regulation by specifying certain Securitisation Repository Operational Standards for Data Collection and Verification. These ‘RTS’ set out a Framework for Securitisation Repositories to Collect, Process and provide Access to Relevant Disclosures on Securitisation’s that the Originator, Sponsor or Securitisation Special Purpose Entities are required to make available by means of a Securitisation Repository.
The proposed Guidelines include:
- The Proposed Calibrations for Data Completeness Thresholds to be applied by Securitisation Repositories
- Explanations as to how and when ‘ESMA’ intends to revise these Thresholds
- An example of how the Representativeness Verification of these Thresholds would be applied to a sample Exposure Report (refer Annex II)
The Public Consultation is open until 16 March 2020 and responses are sought from Securitisation Repositories, Providers of Securitisation Information to Repositories, as well as Trade Associations, Investors and Consumer Groups. The Final Guidelines will be published on the ‘ESMA’ web-site shortly after the end of the Consultation Period.
Firms are advised to review the Consultation Paper, with input from Operations, Front Office, Risk and Compliance, Legal, Teams, with co-ordination by Change Management, ensuring that Senior Management / Executive Teams, Board Members, Risk / Compliance and Audit Committees are appraised and maintain oversight, in accordance with Internal Governance Standards.
Firms should monitor further updates and developments as ‘ESMA’ considers responses arising from the Consultation, prior to finalising the Guidelines.
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