DNB published additional data quality checks for the first quarter of 2020 for reporting by banks. These checks relate to the reference period March 2020 (run from April 01, 2020). DNB also notified that the Liability Data Report (LDR) is available in Digital Reporting Portal or DLR, as of March 02, 2020. The reporting deadline for LDR is March 13, 2020. Additionally, DNB announced that the reporting obligations for 2019 can be found under the December 2019 reference period in DLR.
The scope and submission method via DLR regarding the auditor's report for banks remains unchanged compared to last year. The submission of files regarding the auditor's report will continue to take place in the regular manner via DLR using one reporting obligation. In that one obligation, DNB expects to receive the following four files:
- Auditor's report on the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) IV data (in XBRL format)
- Electronic signature for the auditor's report on the CRD IV data (in XML format)
- Auditor's report on Interest Rate Risk (in PDF format)
- Result overview document (in Excel format)
- Notification on Additional Data Checks
- Additional Data Quality Checks (XLSX)
- Notification on LDR Reporting
- Notification on Reporting Obligations
Keywords: Europe, Netherlands, Banking, Validation Checks, DLR, LDR, CRD IV, Interest Rate Risk, Resolution Framework, Reporting, DNB
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