DNB released version 1.1.0 of the taxonomy for the Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS) quarterly report. As of March 31, 2020, the DGS quarterly reports, for the reporting period of the first quarter of 2020, must be submitted in XBRL. With effect from March 31, 2020, delivery of the report in Excel will no longer be possible and use of taxonomy version 1.1.0 will be necessary to submit the report.
The published package contains:
- The release notes for version 1.1.0
- An Excel workbook with the data points, hierarchies used in the taxonomy, assertions, and annotated templates;
- The xBRL taxonomy version 1.1.0 (as taxonomy package); it is to be noted that this package contains a “dict” with dimensions, domains, and members that are used in the taxonomy. The complete “dict” with all elements is available on the general page of “Digitaal Loket Rapportages” (DLR).
- A zip file with a sample XBRL instance for the entry point.
Banks must submit quarterly data for calculating their contributions to the Deposit Guarantee Fund or DGF. DNB uses the data to establish the base for calculating the Deposit Guarantee Fund levies.
Keywords: Europe, Netherlands, Banking, Taxonomy 1.1.0, XBRL, FINREP, DGS, Deposit Guarantee Schemes, Reporting, Deposit Guarantee Fund, DNB
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