DNB published additional data quality checks for the third quarter of 2018. The additional data quality checks, a specific e-Line DNB user documentation for banks, are related to the reference period September 2018 (run from October 01, 2018). The most important change is the addition of a large number of checks that will capture the correct reporting of FINREP IFRS versus FINREP nGAAP data points.
At present, banks submit their reports using the e-Line DNB reporting portal. DNB will gradually phase out this portal and replace it by a new system, the Digital Reporting Portal (Digitaal Loket Rapportages or DLR). The new system will be phased in for the different types of reports. The Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) IV reports are the first to be submitted (in XBRL format) through the DLR, while submission of other types of reports will continue to be requested through e-Line DNB.
Keywords: Europe, Netherlands, Banking, Data Quality Checks, Reporting, e-Line Reporting Portal, Digital Reporting Portal, DNB
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