BoE published a public working draft of Version 3.3.0 of the banking XBRL taxonomy, along with the related technical artefacts. This version of the taxonomy is intended to support collection of Capital+ and ring-fencing reporting information. BoE is inviting feedback, particularly from firms and software vendors, on the working draft of the taxonomy and data point model (DPM) artefacts by October 07, 2019. BoE aims to publish the updated banking XBRL taxonomy by the end of January 2020. Additionally, BoE published Version 3.2.1 of the banking XBRL taxonomy as a corrective release for all entry points, rectifying a compatibility issue in Version 3.2.0.
Public working draft of Version 3.3.0 of the banking XBRL taxonomy—The taxonomy, DPM dictionary, annotated templates, and validation rules represent the requirements for the policy statement PS16/19 on regulatory reporting related to EBA Taxonomy 2.9. The working draft of the taxonomy is aligned to the EBA Taxonomy 2.9. In cases of minor discrepancies compared to the templates in the PRA Rulebook, BoE will consult on making the corresponding amendments to the PRA Rulebook templates at a later date. Within Taxonomy 2.9, EBA has moved to two severity statuses for validation rules—namely, error and warning. This is reflected in the working draft of the banking taxonomy Version 3.3.0. BoE has also made cosmetic changes to the Capital+ and ring-fencing annotated templates, to bring consistency across the banking taxonomy.
Version 3.2.1 of the banking XBRL taxonomy—This version of the taxonomy, DPM dictionary, annotated templates, and validation rules covers requirements for Pillar 2 liquidity PRA110 reporting, as set out in the policy statement PS13/19 on Pillar 2 liquidity. Version 3.2.0 of the banking XBRL taxonomy has been withdrawn and must not be used for reporting. Version 3.2.1 incorporates minor amendments to the Pillar 2 liquidity annotated templates. This is to identify changes that were made in Version 3.2.0 of the banking taxonomy but not highlighted in the annotated templates. Details of the changes can be found in the banking taxonomy release note.
Comment Due Date: October 07, 2019
Keywords: Europe, UK, Banking, Reporting, Version 3.2.1, PRA 110, Pillar 2, Liquidity Risk, Taxonomy 2.9, Capital +, Ring Fencing, Version 3.3.0, BoE
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