EBA published an erratum for the phase 2 of technical package on the reporting framework 2.10. The key correction relates to column 0010 of table C 114.00 in the Supervisory Benchmarking Portfolio (SBP) framework, where EBA addressed the issue of missing members. EBA has updated the Data Point Model (DPM) database, the DPM table layouts and data point categorization, and the taxonomy package 2.10, including XBRL taxonomy files and supporting documentation.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Reporting, Basel, Framework 2.10, Taxonomy, DPM, Phase 2, SBP, Supervisory Benchmarking, XBRL, EBA
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