2021.08.31 minutes

EBA update

The package 3.1.phase 2 was published on 7 July including

  • Resolution taxonomy version 1.2.0 with JSON meta data to support csv format.
  • SBP taxonomy version 1.2.0 with JSON meta data to support csv format.
  • IF taxonomy 1.1.0 hotfix with the correctly only on the JSON meta data following the feedback received after the publication of 3.1 phase 1.

EBA will start to develop 3.2 after the summer holidays.

ECB update

No update

EIOPA update

EIOPA taxonomy 2.6.0 for insurers and pension funds was published on July 15th as scheduled.

The PEPP taxonomy was published in August.

Daniel Perez will take over from Aitor Azcoaga from next call.

SRB update

SRF taxonomy 7.0.2 is now available to NRAs on Darwin.

Res extension 6.x.x on top of EBA3.1 is under construction and will be ready by End of Sep as committed.

ESMA update

ESMA is developing the 2021 ESEF taxonomy and conformance suite, which will be published after the EC adopts the regulation. This is expected to happen in November after the translations are completed. This means that publication is expected for the end of the year, with a small risk that it will take place in the beginning of 2022.

Any other business

The Data Point Modeling methodology was recently adopted as ISO standard, after the work conducted in the CEN Workshop which delivered the DPM as a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA) in 2014. Volunteers are sought to update the standard incorporating developments since 2014. More info on the Eurofiling website: DPM published as official ISO 5116 standard | Eurofiling.


A session on the ESEF 2021 taxonomy is scheduled for November 16th.

Furthermore a Central Balance Sheet Offices event is being planned with open source tools made available via Openfiling.

European Commission is working on the yearly update of the ICT Rolling Plan, a call for participation will follow and please feel free to provide comments.

Next call on Wednesday 29 September 2021 at 10:30 CEST.

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