The PRA has updated its CRD IV webpage to announce that it plans to start collecting liquidity data from UK banks, building societies and designated investment firms.

The PRA intends to ask these firms to start reporting information on their intraday liquidity positions from 1 July 2015. It may choose not to collect data from individual firms if it considers that its supervisory priorities and the firm’s risk profile do not justify it. The PRA will discuss the proposed data collection exercise, including the form, frequency and content of the data that will be sought from the relevant firms, through regular PRA supervisory engagement.

The PRA intends to stop collecting the data if and when intraday liquidity reporting is fully harmonised in the EU.

View CRD IV updates, 12 December 2014