EBA updated the list of validation rules, Data Point Model (DPM) database, and XBRL taxonomy files and supporting documentation related to the implementing technical standards on supervisory reporting. This update aims to improve data quality issues for the reporting framework version 2.9.
The package for the reporting framework version 2.9 includes new and amended validation rules, severity status changes, and new deactivations/reactivation of validation rules. This update, which concerns validation rules only and no other changes to the reporting framework, will facilitate institutions’ submissions of supervisory reporting data with better quality. EBA published this update two months before the first applicable reference date to allow its timely implementation.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Validation Rules, Framework 2.9, DPM, XBRL Taxonomy, Reporting, Implementing Technical Standards, EBA
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