Deutsche Bundesbank published documents providing information about the default XML file formats for bank regulatory reporting. The published information includes schema that are technically necessary to create and validate the XML files. The related plausibility checks document has also been published. In addition to the listed plausibility checks, the validation rules in the XML schema, including those on mandatory fields, field lengths, and permissible characters, will apply. The schema files and plausibility checks are valid from the reporting date December 31, 2020.
Related Links (in German): Updates on XBRL and XML Formats
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, Reporting, XML, Plausibility Checks, Bundesbank
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