APRA updated the list of Direct to APRA (D2A) validation rules for authorized deposit-taking institutions. Some validation rules relate to the calculated cells, or derivation rules, in the D2A forms. APRA uses validation rules within D2A to validate the data submitted by reporting entities.
All APRA-reporting entities, including APRA-regulated and registered financial entities, submit data to APRA via D2A. APRA uses validation rules within D2A to validate these data. Entities are expected to correct any reporting errors identified by these rules. The list of derivation rules used to generate values in calculated cells in D2A forms are also available. Derivation rules are formulas that automatically calculate (derive) values for attributes, in most cases using the values for other attributes as inputs.
Keywords: Asia Pacific, Australia, Banking, D2A, Validation Rules, Derivation Rules, Reporting, APRA
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