SRB published version 2.7.1 of the Liability Data Reporting (LDR) Template. In an effort to facilitate the rapid conversion of 2019 LDRs generated in Excel format to XBRL instances, a minor update to the Excel version of the 2019 LDR template was required. The update concerns the formatting of the list of values in some of the drop down lists in the Excel template. These changes have no impact on data requirements or the XBRL taxonomy already published (EBA ITS and SRB-extension). As of the 2020 collection, LDRs will be requested from banks exclusively in XBRL format; thus, SRB will no longer publish LDR templates in Excel format.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, LDR Template, Liquidity Data Reporting, Reporting, SRB
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