Data Point Model


Data Point Modelling is a methodology which intends to create a bridge between the functional design of a reporting framework – “the reporting templates” – and the technical design of an XBRL taxonomy. Over the years, this has resulted in the so-called “Eurofiling Taxonomy architecture” which is employed in the current taxonomies from EBA and EIOPA. The essence of this methodology consists of building a dimensional data model which is the foundation to the schemas and relationships in the Taxonomy.

► DPM canonical description and guidelines – CEN Workshop on XBRL.

Reference documents which have lead to a common understanding on Data Point Modelling since its inception in reverse chronological order:

► Recently approved standards: Data Point Model (DPM) as ISO 5116. Michal Piechocki, 2021
► ISO 5116-1 European data point methodology for supervisory reporting. ISO 5116-2 Guidelines for data point modelling. ISO 5116-3 Mapping between DPM and MDM. Ignacio Boixo, Ignacio Santos, editors, 2021
► DPM as ISO standard.  Karla McKenna, 2020
► The Data Point Methodology for Supervisory Reporting.  Event, several speakers, 2020
► Potential Data Point Model Enhancement.  Tomasz Ślubowski, Marek Wlodarczak, 2019
► Widening horizons for Data Point Modelling.  Michal Skopowski, Marek Wlodarczak, 2018
► Consolidation levels of financial statements: Options according to XBRL dimensional specificities and filing rules (and presentation). Ignacio Boixo, Ignacio Santos, 2017
► Mapping between the formulas XBRL and the Multidimensional Data Model.  Ignacio Santos, 2016
► Introduction to DPM Marek Wlodarczak. June 2015
► DPM Architect for NCAs: extending / creating taxonomies and validation rules Víctor Morilla. June 2015
► Validation of the DPM and database implementation Ignacio Santos, Abel Nieto-Cano. June 2015
► DPM as ISO standard Michal Piechocki. November 2014
► Openfiling Academy: Formal Validation of Data Point Models
► Abstract description of the model represented in taxonomies following the DPM approach. December 2012
► Representation in XBRL of the Data Point Model. December 2012
► EIOPA’s webinar presenting the Solvency II DPM Annotated Templates and slides of the webinar. October 2012
► Supervising Models: XBRL and Data Point Modelling. Michal Piechocki. iBR vol 02, issue 03, August 2012, pages 16-29
► Data Point Modeler & Taxonomy Generator. Renata Fiedura. June 2012
► DPM Architect for XBRL: Computer Aided Design of Financial Models. Borja Roig, Víctor Morilla. June 2012
► Practical use of Dimensions, Formulae and Data Point Modelling in Integrated Reporting Taxonomy (IS-FESG). María Mora. June 2012
► Proposal for an international Data Point Methodology Anselmo Diaz. May 2012
► European Banking Authority Roadmap for the implementation of the new COREP and FINREP in XBRL. Andreas Weller (EBA). May 2012
► Insurance and Solvency II approach in XBRL. Eric Jarry (BdF). May 2012
► Paper: The Data Point Model methodology in the European Supervision: COREP/FINREP. Ignacio Boixo, May 2012
► Paper: XBRL and Integrated Reporting. The Spanish Accounting Association Taxonomy approach. Javi Mora, María Mora. May 2012
► Eurofilings – Modeling taxonomies using DPM. Andreas Weller, EBA. March 2012
► EIOPA methodology for architecting the taxonomies. Eric Jarry, EIOPA, ACP – Bank of France. March 2012
► Data Modeler: ExcelXbrlGen (Excel add in, Open source). July 2011
► Data Modelling in the EBA context. Introductory explanations. XBRL Operational Network. June 2011
► FINREP XBRL proof of concept release. Data Points Model. Bartosz Ochocki. June 2011
► COREP/FINREP Data Model. Bartosz Ochocki, Michal Skopowski. March 2011
► Evolution on Methodology and Standards in Eurofiling. Victor Morilla. March 2011
► FINREP Ongoing intermediate release. December 2010
► COREP Ongoing intermediate release. December 2010
► Data Model & FINREP Rev 2 Taxonomy. Bartosz Ochocki, Michal Skopowski. November 2010
► Common dictionary, releases & rendering. Victor Morilla. November 2010
► COREP Ongoing intermediate release. November 2010
► CX-105 EuroFiling Framework Taxonomy Architecture. Rev.2 July 2010
► FINREP Ongoing intermediate release. May 2010
► FINREP COREP architectural issues. Víctor Morilla, Bartosz Ochocki. April 2010
► Harmonization of COREP/FINREP frameworks: notation and best practices. Ignacio Boixo. April 2010
► Data Point Model and taxonomy of BSI-MIR for European System of Central Banks. January 2010
► Data Points Structure: Explanatory Documentation. December 2009
► Data Points Structure: Explanatory Documentation December 2009
► FINREP Data Model and Matrix Schemas. Katrin Heinze, Bartosz Ochocki. November 2009
► Architecture Strategy. Victor Morilla. November 2009
► Harmonisation topics in COREP/FINREP. XBRL Conference Paris, June 2009
► Implementing XBRL for a cross-border banking group in Europe. Giancarlo Pellizzari (Dexia). June 2009
► Tutorial on Matrix Schema Michele Romanelli (BdI). October 2008
► Lessons learned at pan-european Cross-border bank. Derek De Brandt, Philippe Leys, September 2008
► Matrix Schemas for COREP & FINREP Templates. Michele Romanelli, Banca de Italia
► Matrix Schemas for COREP & FINREP Templates (pdf) and introductory powerpoint. by Michele Romanelli (BdI). November 2007
► Matrix Schemas (contributed by Bank of Italy) :  COREP TAXONOMY / FINREP TAXONOMY
► Matrix Schemas for COREP & FINREP Templates. Michele Romanelli (BdI). May 2007
► New Technical and Normative Challenges for XBRL: Multidimensionality in the COREP Taxonomy. Ignacio Boixo, XBRL Spain & Francisco Flores, University of Huelva. International Journal of Digital Accounting Research. Vol. 5, N. 9, June 2005, pp. 79-104
► Proposal for a COREP-metamodel (paper and presentation). Michele Romanelli (BdI). April 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. February 2005.
► Data Model for Common Reporting. Frédéric Marie (BdF), Adrian Abbot (UK FSA). February 2005.
► February 2005. Data Modelling COREP II. Guillermo Rodriguez (BdE). February 2005.