SRB announced that it has cooperated closely with EBA regarding the reporting on resolution as of 2019, in particular for the Liability Data Report (LDR).
Version 2.8 of the reporting framework, as published by EBA, also contains the minimum framework established in EBA’s implementing technical standard on resolution reporting requirements but also, for practical reasons, additional information required by the SRB. An integrated Data Point Model (DPM) and an integrated eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) taxonomy covering both the minimum dataset, as defined by the EBA implementing technical standard, and the additional data points, as defined by SRB, are provided to contain and avoid duplicate reporting by institutions under the SRB jurisdiction. As the additional requirements of SRB have been developed specifically for resolution planning, any questions related to these specificities should be addressed to SRB.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Resolution Plans, Reporting, Taxonomy, DPM, EBA, SRB
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