This two day introductory course to the principles of Data Point Model methodology provides theoretical and practical information on how to develop a data model which is technology independent, and ensures stability in time and space. Practical examples of DPM applications in banking and insurance sector allow for better understanding of challenges and benefits of its implementation for supervisory purposes.


This financial oriented course is aimed at the executives (CFOs, CEOs, CTOs, CDAs) and the financial (analysts, policy setters, accountants, auditors) and technical (software developers and architects) experts and other profesionals, who are directly involved in the process of setting up and implementation of the supervisory policies, financial, prudential, statistical and transactional reporting requirments.


What you will learn about DPM is:

  • Introduction to Supervisory Reporting
  • DPM Foundation
  • International DPM Models
  • DPM Development Process
  • Extending existing DPMs (Sol II, CRDIV/CRR)


What you will learn to do is convert real case exemplary reporting requirements according to DPM architecture by:

  • defining coherent and explicit Data Model consisting of Data Dictionary and reporting annotated templates
  • developing corresponging XBRL taxonomy
  • define and implenent validation rules
  • preparing sample financial reports based on the developed XBRL taxonomy


Upon completion of this course you will be:

  • well prepared to obtain the XBRL Foundation Certiticate
  • familiarized with basic terms related to XBRL standard
  • author of your first XBRL taxonomy
  • able to identify key milestones of implementating electronic data exchange format by public authorities
  • familiarized with common xbrl taxonomies architectures (ITA, DPM, GL)