DNB, the central bank of Netherlands, updated the list of additional reporting requests and published additional data quality checks and XBRL-Formula linkbase documents for the first quarter of 2023. The additional data quality checks related to reference period March 2023 (run from April 01, 2023), including the document with the technical specification of the XBRL checks, have been presented under "User documentation." In line with the previous periods, the document only concerns the data quality checks that are valid for above-mentioned reference period. Moreover, DNB also notified that, as of February 20, 2023, the LDR (Liability Data Report) reporting module has been made available in the Reporting Service (previously known as Digital Reporting Portal, or DLR), with the reporting period ending on March 31, 2023.
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