DNB published the ECB data quality checks, along with its additional data quality checks for the first quarter of 2019. The additional data quality checks, which are part of a specific e-Line DNB user documentation for banks, are related to the reference period March 2019 (run from April 01, 2019).
The ECB data quality checks provide both consistency and plausibility checks. ECB will run these checks in addition to the EBA taxonomy checks. DNB will include and run the published ECB data quality checks as much as possible using the current process of additional data quality checks, with feedback provided via Digital Reporting Portal (Digitaal Loket Rapportages or DLR). DNB intends to add a column in subsequent versions of the file with ECB data quality checks, in which it is indicated under which specific ID number these ECB data quality controls will be displayed in the DNB feedback.
- Notification on ECB Data Quality Checks
- Notification on Additional Data Quality Checks
- Additional Data Quality Checks (XLSX)
- ECB Data Quality Checks (XLSX)
- Digital Reporting for Banks
Keywords: Europe, Netherlands, Banking, Data Quality Checks, Reporting, E-Line Reporting Portal, Digital Reporting Portal, ECB, DNB
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