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As per the COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2015/2450 (published 31DEC2015) I can see that S.06.02.01 QRT relates to Quarterly (or annual if exempt) quantitative templates for individual undertakings, and that S.06.02.04 relates to Quarterly (or annual if exempt) quantitative templates for groups.

My question is.. What do the S.06.02.02 and S.06.02.03 QRTs relate to?

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-S.06.02.02 does not exits because the anual code S.06.02.01 is reused for the quarterly reporting. Note that there are not changes in comparison with anual table structure.

-S.06.02.03 does not exits for day 1. Note that this last ".03" means Day 1 Solo.

The idea of the codification is to reuse (when possible) the same codes as far as the table structure is the same. This helps to easily see the commonalities or to highlight that there are differences in the templates without needing to compare the business logs. Also it may also help on the database mappings and to reduce the number of worksheets.

You can find more information here in point IV.3.2.1 and here at the bottom of page 5. The entry points matrix available in the EIOPA reporting formats page helps to see how the logic is been applied.

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I looked at the ITS, and can't find any reference to those templates. I suppose they got lost in some reshuffling.

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  • $\begingroup$ My suspicion is that it may be due to typos in that linked document.. It would kinda make sense to have separate template IDs for the Annual vs Quarterly submissions, so they can be identified as such (the actual templates may be identical). $\endgroup$ – Allan Bowe Feb 3 '16 at 23:38
  • $\begingroup$ But the template referenced for annual submission is 06.02.01 as well. $\endgroup$ – Owe Jessen Feb 4 '16 at 8:54
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    $\begingroup$ So my suspicion was wrong.. It was all explained in the taxonomy. Templates are re-used when the formats are identical.. $\endgroup$ – Allan Bowe Feb 4 '16 at 16:10

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