On 30 September 2019, the PRA published Policy Statement 13/19: Responses to CP13/19 Occasional Consultation Paper (PS21/19) setting out its responses to feedback received on the proposals from its June 2019 occasional consultation paper (CP13/19).
In chapter 4 of CP13/19 the PRA set out proposals to discontinue the FSA006 return. The chapter is relevant to UK banks and UK designated investment firms with Capital Requirements Regulation Internal Model Approach permissions (CRR IMA Permission). The reason for the proposal was that the data contained in the FSA006 return is duplicated, as firms submit equivalent data to the PRA through their internal model permission process. In addition, in December 2014, the PRA made a modification by consent available to allow firms with a CRR IMA permission not to submit FSA006, with an expiration date of 30 June 2019.
In PS21/19 the PRA reports that it received no feedback to its proposals and therefore its final policy is as consulted on. The policy change are now in force.