The Bank of England (BoE) published a Statistical Notice (2022/19), which informs that Version 1.2.4 of the BoE Statistics taxonomy involves adjustments to a number of validation rules. All entry points remain the same with this update. BoE published a change log to outline the changes between versions 1.2.3 and 1.2.4. BoE highlights that all published documents will consistently refer to the version 1.2.4 but there have only been definitional changes to the taxonomy package, validation spreadsheet, and the corresponding change log. In addition, BoE notified all firms that have not yet made a Statistical reporting submission on Bank of England Electronic Data Submission (BEEDS) to report end-September data via BEEDS, ahead of the Online Statistical Collection Application (OSCA) being decommissioned at the end of November 2022.
Related Link: Statistical Notice 2022/19
Keywords: Europe, UK, Banking, Statistical Notice, Reporting, Statistical Reporting, Taxonomy, Basel, BEEDS, OSCA, Validation Rules, BoE
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