BoE published version 2.0.1 of the Capital+ XBRL Utility, along with the related release notes. The Capital+ XBRL utility Excel spreadsheets contain the Capital+ templates that can be used to generate XBRL submissions based on version 3.3.0 of the BoE Banking Taxonomy. Version 2.0.1 supersedes version 2.0.0 of Capital+ XBRL Utility and is a minor update to amend the allowed value ranges on the reportable fields. The release notes contain a summary of changes between version 2.0.0 and version 2.0.1 of the Capital+ XBRL Utility. The release notes also contain general information and the installation and completion instructions related to the Capital+ XBRL Utility.
Firms should note that BoE does not intend to provide any subsequent updates to the Capital+ and financial statements XBRL utilities to reflect future changes to the Capital+ or financial statements reporting requirements. Firms should ensure they have their own processes in place to prepare future submissions.
- Capital+ XBRL Utility Version 2.0.1 (ZIP)
- Release Notes (PDF)
- Version 3.3.0 of Taxonomy
Keywords: Europe, UK, Banking, Reporting, Taxonomy, XBRL, Capital+, XBRL Utility, BoE
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