In the Basel QIS 2016, we will gather data related to several international policy proposals regarding the topics of capital, liquidity, TLAC, Sovereign exposures, Operational risk and several modules on Trading book. Because of the significance and relevance of these proposals to Dutch banks, DNB has selected and invited a set of Dutch banks to participate in this exercise.
This page contains all necessary information for this exercise, such as instruction documents, background material and frequently-asked questions (FAQs). If you participate in this exercise, we advise you to visit this page regularly to check for updates.
For the exercise the following deadlines are relevant:
- 15 August 2016: DNB provides reporting templates to participating banks.
- 22 September: deadline for data submission to DNB via eLine.
- 23 September – 07 October: first round of data checking by DNB (banks may have to make corrections and resubmissions).
- 24 October May – 08 November: second round of data checking by DNB (banks may have to make corrections and resubmissions).
The templates to be used for this exercise have version number: 3-4-0 (see Downloads section). Institutions should be aware that this version is subject to potential updates and a later version might be required for the final submission.
Uploading the templates
Uploads of the templates have to be done via your institution’s eLine DNB login account. After the upload we will subject the templates to an automated error checking process. An e-mail with the outcome of this process will be send to you. If errors and/or warnings remain, you have to make a resubmission addressing these issues. You will be getting these e-mails until all errors have been corrected and all warnings have been dealt with. You are therefore advised to submit early versions of the reporting templates already some days before the ultimate submission deadlines mentioned above, in order to correct any remaining errors and/or warnings on time.
Please address any questions you may have on regular Basel III monitoring by email to monitoringB3@dnb.nl. Of course, you may also approach your institution’s regular supervisory contact at DNB.