Bundesbank published Version 1.02 the document containing information on additional validation rules that go beyond the relevant taxonomy. Bundesbank published these additional validation rules as part of the implementation of reporting at the national level. According to Article 4 of the Regulation ECB/2014/29, national supervisory authorities should apply both the validation and plausibility checks published by EBA and ECB as defined in the data quality checks. The Version History worksheet summarizes the key changes to this version of the validation rules document.
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