The Bank of England (BoE) published updates to the statistical reporting guidance related to the Bank of England Electronic Data Submission (BEEDS) portal and announced plans to hold a pre-onboarding session on May 03, 2022.
The details of updated statistical reporting guidance are as follows:
- Known issues log has been updated, including an update to the rule FV_v0044 that will be amended in a hotfix release.
- BoE Statistics XBRL Filing Manual has been updated to include a section "Interpreting common error messages from the BEEDS portal.” This update will help a firm understand which error messages require referral to their information technology department or software vendor and which ones are as a result of the data entered.
- Entry Point Mapping Spreadsheet has been modified to include historic entry points as well as updates.
- The BEEDS portal user guide has been updated with information for the Leverage Ratio collection.
- The BEEDS webpage has been updated with an "Updates" section, as part of which latest news and common queries are being addressed.
- Statistical Notice 2022/07
- Statistical Notice 2022/08
- Known Issues (XLSX)
- XBRL Filing Manual (PDF)
- Interpreting BEEDS Portal Error Messages (PDF)
- Entry Point Mapping (XLSX)
- BEEDS Portal User Guide (PDF)
- BoE Statistics Mappings (ZIP)
Keywords: Europe, UK, Banking, Data Collection, Reporting, Statistical Reporting, Statistical Notice, Taxonomy, BEEDS, BoE
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