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Altova® EBA add-in for Excel, version 2020r2 Enterprise Edition

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The Altova® European Banking Authority (EBA) XBRL add-in for Excel enables your organization to prepare XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) reports conformant with the EBA (European Banking Authority) XBRL taxonomy, or with related country-specific XBRL taxonomies.


The Altova® European Banking Authority (EBA) XBRL add-in for Excel enables preparers of XBRL supervisory reports to do the following:


Enter XBRL data in Microsoft Excel, using a predefined template spreadsheet which maps to the XBRL taxonomy.

Validate the report data directly from Excel, to ensure it conforms to the XBRL taxonomy.

Export report data from Excel to XBRL format.

Import data from existing XBRL reports into Excel.

Batch convert XBRL files to Excel (.xlsx) format.


The supported XBRL taxonomies are as follows: 2.10 (Phase 1),,,,,,,, 2.4.1, 2.4, 2.3.2, 2.3.1, 2.3, 2.2, 2.1, 2.0.


The supported country-specific taxonomies are:


Banque de France (ACPR) COREP SUBCON - COREP, SubConsolidated (Prudential scope)

Banque de France (ACPR) LCB FT 2.2

Banco de Portugal (BdP) Reporting Framework 5.0

Banco de Portugal (BdP) FINREP ITS 2.1

Bank of England (BOE) Banking Taxonomy 3.3

Bank of England (BOE) Banking Statistics Taxonomy 1.1

Deutsche Bundesbank (BBK)

De Nederlandsche Bank Financieel Toetsingskader (DNB FTK) 2.1

National Bank of Belgium (NBB) FINREP 2.3.1 (Financial Reporting)

National Bank of Belgium (NBB) TREP 1.0.2 (Trading Reporting)

Single Resolution Board (SRB) LTD 3.0.2 (Liability Data Template)

Single Resolution Board (SRB) RES 4.0.3

Single Resolution Board (SRB) SRF 5.1.1




The additional local taxonomies are not installed by default. You can download them at

For older versions of supported taxonomies, clear the Show most current entry points check box on the "Select Entry Point" dialog box, see Creating a New Report.


This documentation should be read in conjunction with the supporting documents included with the EBA XBRL Taxonomy, such as:


"Description of DPM formal model"

"EBA Architecture for XBRL representation of DPM"

"EBA XBRL Filing Rules"


Last updated: 26 May 2020

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