BoE published version 3.1.1 of the XBRL taxonomy and the related technical artefacts. This version of the taxonomy, data point model (DPM) dictionary, annotated templates, and validation rules are a corrective release for Pillar 2 liquidity data, as set out in the policy statement PS2/18 on Pillar 2 liquidity, which was published on February 23, 2018. To assist firms with their submission of PRA 110, BoE published a taxonomy release note along with the version 3.1.1 of its XBRL taxonomy.
The “liquidity_pillarii/2018-09-01” entry point is being amended and therefore taxonomy package 3.1.1 should be treated as a hotfix rather than a new release. Pillar 2 liquidity reporting must only be prepared using version 3.1.1. Details of the changes can be found in the banking taxonomy release note. To allow extra time to firms participating in the interim collections to implement this hotfix, BoE is requesting the first submission on November 30, 2018.
Firms that are reporting FSA047 and FSA048 on a monthly basis are requested to report the PRA110 as at the calendar month end. Additionally, firms reporting FSA047 and FSA048 on a weekly basis are requested to report the PRA110 once per month, reporting data as at the last Friday of the month (in line with the FSA047 and FSA048 returns).
- Banking Taxonomy Release Note Version 3.1.1 (PDF)
- Banking XBRL Taxonomy Version 3.1.1 (ZIP)
- Banking DPM Version 3.1.1 (ZIP)
- Banking Taxonomy Validations Version 3.1.1 (XLSX)
Keywords: Europe, UK, Banking, Reporting, Version 3.1.1, DPM, Validations, PRA110, Release Note, Pillar 2, Taxonomy, BoE
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