Items tagged with "Data Point Model"

xBRL-CSV and Granular Data: the AnaCredit example, a Proof of Concept from XBRL Europe

This is a guest post by Vincent Le Moal-Joubel, data scientist and XBRL expert at the Banque de France, based on his presentation at the 28th XBRL Europe Digital Week event on Bank & Insurance reporting, on 23 June 2021. He offers an important proof of concept on the use of xBRL-CSV for European reporting.  […]

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EBA publishes updated XBRL Taxonomies

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a new ‘phase two’ technical package on reporting framework 2.0.

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EBA Updates Technical Standards

More news from Europe this week as the European Banking Authority (EBA) have published an update to the Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting, forming part of the EBA’s reporting framework v2.9. The ITS updates are designed to keep reporting requirements in line with changes in the regulatory framework that respond to an evolving […]

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New Data Point Model Tools from the EBA

The European Banking Authority (EBA) manages the COREP/FINREP taxonomies that govern the collection of banking data across Europe. To help control one of the larger financial risk reporting frameworks in the world, the EBA uses a Data Point Model data dictionary to simplify and harmonise reporting needs. The DPM, in turn, constrains and controls the […]

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