BCL updated the documents on Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange (SDMX) Schema, data validation checks, technical specifications, cube structures, facets, and subdomains under the Securities Holdings Statistics (SHS) reporting. The document on technical specifications describes the technical format for the collection of SHS Group reporting and is based on the “Data Exchange Format” from ECB, to the national central banks, for secondary reporting. The technical format is based on the SMCube methodology and on the format used by ECB based on SDMX-ML (part of the SDMX 2.1 technical standard). The SHS Group data is collected quarterly in a single survey, which will include the relevant data cubes as defined in the BCL’s extension of the Single Data Dictionary of ECB.
- SDMX Schemas (ZIP)
- Data Validation Checks (XLSX)
- Technical Specifications (PDF)
- SHS Reporting Updates
Keywords: Europe, EU, Luxembourg, Banking, SHS, Technical Specifications, Statistical Reporting, Validation Checks, Schema, BCL
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