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Data Point Model (DPM)

Status: Under development

The data point model (DPM) dictionary implements the uniform and consistent definitions included in the implementing technical standards (ITS) and guidelines on reporting and disclosure. The data requirements of any regulatory amendments are translated and stored in the DPM repository containing the formal and structured representation of all data concepts, relations and quality rules shared by regulators, supervisors and institutions. The new DPM releases are launched for consultation as exposure drafts before they are finally published on the EBA website. Their aim is to improve the data specifications quality that will better support the integrated solutions for data reporting and analytics purposes. Each DPM consultation is linked to the relative ITS and guidelines that originated the new data requirements.

EBA consults on draft DPM 2.9 for supervisory reporting

EBA consults on draft DPM 2.9 for supervisory reporting

30 October 2018

The European Banking Authority (EBA) launched today a consultation on the new draft version of Data Point Model (DPM) 2.9. The new release is an exposure draft of the new data requirements proposed in the ongoing public consultations on amendments to the Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting on COREP LCR, COREP securitisation & FINREP-NPE&FB, P&L and IFRS16. The final DPM 2.9 version will be updated together with the ITS on supervisory reporting to include the feedback received from the public consultations. The consultation runs until 7 December 2018.

 Consultation process

Comments can be sent to the EBA by clicking on the "send your comments" button on the consultation page. Please note that the deadline for the submission of comments is 7 December 2018.

All contributions received will be published following the close of the consultation, unless requested otherwise.


Uniform data formats are necessary to enable the exchange of reported data regarding credit institutions and investment firms, as part of the operation of the Single Rulebook aimed at enhancing regulatory harmonisation in the banking sector in the EU and facilitating a proper functioning of cross-border supervision. In this respect, a common data dictionary will lead to greater efficiency in and convergence of supervisory practices across Members States, facilitating the supervisory process and allowing supervisors to identify and assess risks consistently across the EU and to compare EU banks in an effective manner.

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