Deutsche Bundesbank published Version 2.02 of derivation rules for completeness check at the form level as well as additional "Nationally Deactivated Validation Rules," which refer to the list of the European Banking Authority (EBA) validation rules deactivated in the Bundesbank system. The updated information for the "Nationally Deactivated Validation Rules" pertains to the EBA taxonomies 3.0 and 2.10, with these rules expected to be updated at regular intervals. In addition, Bundesbank updated the information on additional validation rules, including changes that were made to the existing checks by the European Central Bank and become valid from the fourth quarter of 2021.
Related Links (in German)
- Derivation Rules (XLSX)
- Further Nationally Deactivated Validation Rules (XLSX)
- Additional Checks by ECB (XLSX)
- Reporting Updates
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, Reporting, Derivative Rules, Validation Rules, Framework 2.10, Framework 3.0, EBA, ECB, Bundesbank
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