DNB updated the overview of recurrent and one-off data requests to banks from both DNB and EU institutions. It also updated the additional data-quality checks for reporting by banks. From this reference period, the new Data Point Model (DPM) 3.0 will apply. Most of the reporting forms within this DPM contain 4 digits in DPM 3.0 instead of 3. The data quality checks have been adjusted to this and to the changes in content. In addition, the non-XBRL checks whose source designation was EBA in previous publications have been clarified in this publication by presenting the relevant EBA ID number in the column "source."
DNB also updated the list of additional data requests for banks. The update in this version relates to the information on EBA Risk Assessment Questionnaire that is intended for selected significant institutions. The questionnaire covers bank opinion regarding the main risks and vulnerabilities in the banking sector in EU and is part of the EBA semi-annual Risk Assessment Questionnaires exercise among banks and market analysts. The updated requests have been highlighted with the word "UPDATE” in red and include semi-recurring data requests to banks from DNB and European agencies. The list does not include all regular reports based on existing European and national legislation, regular data requests referred to in the Statements Regulation under the Financial Supervision Act (Wft), data requests to individual banks, data requests relating to individually mentioned counterparties, and other requests for data such as surveys and qualitative questionnaires. DNB removes a one-off data request from this list every three months after the date indicated in the column “deadline banks.”
- News on Data Quality Checks
- Additional Data Quality Checks (XLSX)
- Update on Additional Data Requests
- Additional Data Requests (PDF)
Keywords: Europe, Netherlands, Banking, Reporting, Data Quality Checks, XBRL, Data Point Model, DPM 3.0, DNB
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