BOT published, in accordance with the accounting standard TFRS 9, Version 2.2 of “Financial Institution Data Set Manual” and Version 19.3 of "DMS Classification Document," which will be effective from January 2020. BOT also published XML Schema related to TFRS 9 for Thai commercial banks, foreign bank branches, finance companies, and credit foncier companies. The schema will be effective from January 2020.
The financial institution data set manual provides validation rules and information on the data sets to be submitted to BOT for the Data Management System project. Most of the existing data submissions to BOT will be replaced by these data sets. The data sets will be based on the industry open standard XML format and will be electronically submitted to BOT via the BOT Electronic Report Submission system. The manual is divided into three sections—schema validation, data set validation, and cross validation. The financial institution data set manual (Version 2.2) is designed to be used with “Financial Institution Data Set Document" (Version 2.1) and "DMS Classification Document" (Version 19.3).
Related Links (in Thai)
- Financial Institution Data Set Manual, Version 2.2 (ZIP)
- DMS Classification, Version 19.3 (ZIP)
- FinanciaI Institution Data Set Document, Version 2.1 (ZIP)
- Financial Data Set
Effective Date: January 2020
Keywords: Asia Pacific, Thailand, Banking, Reporting, XML, Schema, TFRS 9, Validation Rules, IFRS 9, BOT
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