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Proposal for an international Data Point Methodology Anselmo Diaz

DPM as ISO standard Michal Piechocki

Introduction to DPM Marek Wlodarczak

DPM Architect for NCAs: extending / creating taxonomies and validation rules Víctor Morilla

Validation of the DPM and database implementation Ignacio Santos, Abel Nieto-Cano

Openfiling Academy: Formal Validation of Data Point Models

Data Points Structure: Explanatory Documentation

Matrix Schemas for COREP & FINREP Templates


2012-12-20 Abstract description of the model represented in taxonomies following the DPM approach

2012-12-20 Representation in XBRL of the Data Point Model

2012-10-19: EIOPA's webinar presenting the Solvency II DPM Annotated Templates and slides of the webinar

2012-09-28: EIOPA. Solvency II DPM Annotated Templates and Proof of Concept of XBRL taxonomy

2012/08/29: EBA workshop on technical standards on supervisory reporting requirements
See description and instructions for DPM use at

2011/12/20: EBA: Draft ITS on supervisory reporting requirements

2011/07/21. EIOPA: Solvency II XBRL taxonomy


Supervising Models: XBRL and Data Point Modelling
2012 August
Michal Piechocki. iBR vol 02, issue 03, August 2012, pages 16-29

Keynote speech: Proposal for an international Data Point Model methodology
Anselmo Diaz. Director of Financial Reporting and CCR Department, Banco de España, on the 9th XBRL Europe Day, XBRL week in Madrid

European Banking Authority Roadmap for the implementation of the new COREP and FINREP in XBRL
Andreas Weller, Head of IT, EBA, on the 9th XBRL Europe Day, XBRL week in Madrid

Insurance and Solvency II approach in XBRL
Eric Jarry. EIOPA XBRL Project Team, on the 15th EuroFiling workshop, XBRL week in Madrid

Data Point Modeler & Taxonomy Generator
Renata Fiedura. Demos on Eurofiling enabling XBRL tools, on the Technical & Training Track, XBRL week in Madrid

DPM Architect for XBRL: Computer Aided Design of Financial Models
Borja Roig, Víctor Morilla. Demos on Eurofiling enabling XBRL tools, on the Technical & Training Track, XBRL week in Madrid

Practical use of Dimensions, Formulae and Data Point Modelling in Integrated Reporting Taxonomy (IS-FESG)
María Mora. Practical demos by XBRL experts, on the International Initiatives Track, XBRL week in Madrid

Paper: The Data Point Model methodology in the European Supervision: COREP/FINREP
See introductory presentation (.ppt)
Ignacio Boixo, University of Huelva, on the 24th World Continuous Auditing and Reporting Symposium "XBRL Coming of Age". Malatya / Turkey

Paper: XBRL and Integrated Reporting. The Spanish Accounting Association Taxonomy approach
Javi Mora, XBRL Spain
María Mora, AtoS Spain

Eurofilings - Modeling taxonomies using DPM
Andreas Weller, EBA, Head of IT, on the 24th XBRL International Conference (Taxonomy summit). Abu Dhabi

EIOPA methodology for architecting the taxonomies
Eric Jarry, EIOPA, ACP - Bank of France, on the 24th XBRL International Conference (Taxonomy summit). Abu Dhabi

Data Modeler: ExcelXbrlGen (Excel add in)
July 2011
XBRL Taxonomy Generator: Overview of features and interface. Bartosz Ochocki (BR-AG)
Live demo (MP4 - YouTube - PDF): Bartosz Ochocki (BR-AG)
Installation Guide: Bartosz Ochocki (BR-AG), Ignacio Boixo (BdE)
Installation package / Source code: Augusto Ruiz, IECISA. Bartosz Ochocki, BR-AG. Derek De Brandt, AGUILONIUS. Renata Fiedura, BSB. Víctor Morilla, BdE. Wouter Van Sever, AGUILONIUS

Data Modelling in the EBA context
Introductory explanations. XBRL Operational Network

FINREP XBRL proof of concept release
Data Points Model. Presentation of content of proof of concept materials: Eurofiling data modelling and taxonomy architecture. Bartosz Ochocki (BR-AG)

XIV European Banking Authority XBRL Workshop (London)
30th-31st March 2011
COREP/FINREP Data Model: Bartosz Ochocki, Michal Skopowski
Evolution on Methodology and Standards in Eurofiling: Victor Morilla

FINREP Ongoing intermediate release
FINREP Rev2 Data Points Matrix Schema
FINREP Rev2 templates including Rendering Coordinates

COREP Ongoing intermediate release
Data Points Matrix Schema: Michal Skopowski (BR-AG)

XIII European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Luxembourg)
24th-25th November 2010
Common dictionary, releases & rendering: Víctor Morilla
Data Model & FINREP Rev 2 Taxonomy: Bartosz Ochocki, Michal Skopowski

COREP Ongoing intermediate release
Data Point Model presentation: C. Rodriguez, L. Gutierrez de Rojas (BdE)
Data Point Model: Use and explanations: C. Rodriguez, I. Boixo (BdE)
Excel: Data Point Model, CP04A2, CP04A3, CP04A4: C. Rodriguez, I. Boixo, F. Wagener (BdE)

CX-105 EuroFiling Framework Taxonomy Architecture. Rev.2
The XBRL Operational Network of the European Banking Authority

FINREP Ongoing intermediate release
Data Points Structure (BR-AG)
FINREP COREP architectural issues: Bartosz Ochocki (BR-AG), Víctor Morilla (BdE)

XII European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Rome)
23rd April 2010
Harmonization of COREP/FINREP frameworks: notation and best practices. Ignacio Boixo
FINREP COREP architectural issues. Víctor Morilla, Bartosz Ochocki

Data Point Model and taxonomy of BSI-MIR for European System of Central Banks
Contribution of Bank of Spain for collection of BSI and MIR statistics for European System of Central Banks

Data Points Structure: Explanatory Documentation
FINREP Initial draft release Including: Data Points Structure, Explanatory documentation, Framework Architecture, Taxonomy files (DTS), Technology made easy (BR-AG)

XI European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Vienna)
16th-20th November 2009
Architecture Strategy: Victor Morilla (BdE)
FINREP Data Model and Matrix Schemas: Katrin Schmehl (BuBa), Bartosz Ochocki (BR-AG)

10th European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Paris)
22nd - 25th June 2009
Implementing XBRL for a cross-border banking group in Europe. Giancarlo Pellizzari (Dexia)

IX European Banking Supervisors XBRL Tutorial and Workshop (Paris)
29th September - 1st October 2008
Tutorial on Matrix Schema Michele Romanelli (BdI)

Matrix Schemas for COREP & FINREP Templates (pdf) and introductory powerpoint. by Michele Romanelli (BdI)
6th-7th November 2007
VIII European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Amsterdam)

Matrix Schemas (contributed by Bank of Italy)
See Matrix Schemas in

VII European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Munich)
9th-10th May 2007
Matrix Schemas for COREP & FINREP Templates Michele Romanelli (BdI)

New Technical and Normative Challenges for XBRL: Multidimensionality in the COREP Taxonomy
June 2005
Ignacio Boixo, XBRL Spain & Francisco Flores, University of Huelva. International Journal of Digital Accounting Research. Vol. 5, N. 9, June 2005, pp. 79-104

II European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Madrid)
18th-21st April 2005
Proposal for a COREP-metamodel (paper and presentation). Michele Romanelli (BdI).

I European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop (Madrid)
4th-18th February 2005
Proposal of an XBRL profile for common European reporting on solvency ratios. P. Milani, F. Di Giovanni, P. Maurizi & M. Romanelli, Bank of Italy
Data Model for Common Reporting. Frédéric Marie (BdF), Adrian Abbot (UK FSA)
Data Modelling COREP II. Guillermo Rodriguez (BdE)


Risk IT and Operations: Strengthening Capabilities
The effort started by establishing a common data model (Recommendation I-1) and designing a data-integration hub (Recommendation III-8). Page 73
The European Banking Authority has specified the frameworks FINREP and COREP along with the technical language XBRL. Page 19
Institute of International Finance & McKinsey

How a simpler XBRL can make a better XBRL
Raynier A. van Egmond, XBRL Consulting Partners LLC. & Charles Hoffman, UBmatrix Inc.
This document presents a new approach for using XBRL that enables the non-XBRL expert to create both XBRL metadata and XBRL reports in a simple and convenient manner. At the same time, it improves the usability of XBRL, the interoperability among XBRL-based solutions and it reduces software development costs.


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