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This paper is a handbook for supervising experts. The main body consists of four sections. The interrogative form helps in choosing which section may best answer your question, and lead you to a good understanding of the subject matter. After this first introductory section and the section containing terms and definitions, the main part starts to provide basic knowledge about different types of data models and data modelling approaches. The first and the second sections provide an overview of data models in general, in contrast to the third section that highlights the necessity of data modelling for supervisory data. This third section draws on the objectives and background information of the preceding sections. Furthermore, a paragraph classifies the Data Point Model introduced by the Eurofiling Initiative and elaborated by EIOPA and EBA, where many new terms related to DPM are introduced. Another paragraph explains the areas of application for the DPM. The third section concludes with a paragraph introducing a subset of the technical constrains that need to be considered in the creation process of the DPM. The fourth section gives step-by-step instructions on how to create a DPM. The paper concludes with remarks on the progress achieved so far, and provides an outlook on the software that is being developed at the moment to support you during the creation process.
|Nederlandse titel||Improving transparency in financial and business reporting - Harmonisation topics - Part 2: Guidelines for Data Point Modelling|
|Engelse titel||Improving transparency in financial and business reporting - Harmonisation topics - Part 2: Guidelines for Data Point Modelling|