FIN-FSA published a new demo version of the FIN-FSA Reporting Application (XBRL/XML) in the Jakelu distribution service. The demo version can be used to test workbooks conforming to the taxonomies of EBA Data Point Model (DPM) version 220.127.116.11 and EIOPA DPM version 2.4.0.
EBA DPM version 18.104.22.168 will enter into force gradually during 2020. The Reporting Application does not contain EGDQ checks developed by ECB Expert Group on data quality. EIOPA DPM version 2.4.0 will enter into force starting with the fourth quarter of 2019 reporting. Workbooks will not contain the EIOPA validation rules in the future. The workbooks contain formula cells based on EIOPA validation rules. There have been no changes to the content of the Pension Fund data collection.
The workbooks are downloadable from the Jakelu Distribution Service, in accordance with the taxonomies of the latest valid DPM version. In the workbooks, it is possible to enter values, save a report file and a CSV file, and import data. FIN-FSA hopes that reporting entities will test the workbooks as comprehensively as possible. The Reporting Application and workbooks are not the versions intended for reporting. Development will continue in the FIN-FSA until the publication of final Reporting Application version and workbooks intended for reporting (estimated release date November).
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