DNB, the central bank of the Netherlands, published several reporting updates and the financial stability report, which explains the decision to increase the countercyclical capital buffer (CCyB) from 0% to 1%, with effect from May 25, 2023.
As part of the recent announcements, DNB
- published technical documentation related to AnaCredit reporting (version 2.3), which will be implemented for the September 2022 reporting period.
- updated the list of the additional data requests for banks. The updated and new data requests, which have been highlighted with the word "UPDATE" or “NEW” in red, include semi-recurring as well as ad hoc data requests to banks from DNB and European agencies.
- announced that the Remuneration Benchmark and Remuneration High Earners reporting obligations with reference date December 31, 2021 will be available in Digital Reporting Portal (DLR) as of June 01, 2022. The reporting deadline is June 30, 2021 and these reports will be requested via XBRL. Some banks are required to simultaneously submit the Remuneration Surveys – Identified Staff (reference date December 2021). This report is also available in DLR as of June 01, 2022. The reporting deadline is June 30, 2022 and this report will be requested via Excel.
- published the additional data quality checks related to reference period June 2022 (run from July 01, 2022). In line with previous periods, the document only concerns the data quality checks that are valid for mentioned reference period. The document also contains an additional tab on additional data quality checks that are run in XBRL.
- announced that, as of the June 2022 reference period, it will perform additional data quality checks in XBRL. The checks, in the form of a XBRL-Formula linkbase, have been published at the same time as the quarterly publication of the additional data quality checks and are included in a separate tab in the quarterly publication. DNB will start with a limited set of data quality checks in XBRL and is considering transferring more additional data quality checks to XBRL in phases. These are data quality checks in the area of consistency that relate to data within a single report. All other checks have been published and carried out in accordance with current practice.
- Notification on Financial Stability Report
- Financial Stability Report (PDF)
- Notification on CCyB
- Updated Additional Data Requests (PDF)
- Notification on Remuneration Reporting
- Notification on Additional Data Quality Checks
- Notification on Additional Quality Checks in XBRL
- AnaCredit Technical Documentation, Version 2.3
- AnaCredit Reporting Page
Keywords: Europe, Netherlands, Banking, Reporting, Remuneration, DLR, Data Quality Checks, XBRL, Credit Risk, AnaCredit, DNB
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