EBA launched a new web page that includes the tools to access its data point model (DPM). The DPM contains information about what data should be reported and how it should be exchanged. It is a data dictionary encompassing the harmonized data requirements developed by EBA and included in its Technical Standards and Guidelines. To achieve a more complete data harmonization, the DPM may also include other data definitions related to EBA regulatory data.
The DPM can be viewed from three distinct aspects: content, process, and supporting data structure. The DPM serves, in different ways, both policy and IT experts involved in the regulatory data processing chain, from data exchange harmonization to data analysis and dissemination. Regulators, supervisors, financial institutions, service providers, other organisations, and the general public can use the DPM as a common repository of clear and structured specifications of the data referred to in the banking Regulation. The DPM includes:
- A common core vocabulary of elementary financial and prudential concepts, arranged in different categories and ready to be used in the definition of the regulatory data.
- A complete set of data points that are part of the regulatory frameworks, described by a distinct combination of elementary concepts of the core vocabulary.
- The reporting templates, their rendering information, the mapping of template cells with the data points, and the agreed validation rules. Additional metadata required for automating the generation of data exchange formats (XBRL taxonomies) is also included.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Reporting, DPM, Data Dictionary Tools, EBA
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