Data Consistency

From Open Risk Manual


Data Consistency is defined as the satisfaction of logical relations between different subsets of the data (i.e. across templates), their correspondence with the master data associated to the institution and their correspondence with other published data. Reported information can be consistent over time, across datasets and comparable with external data[1]

Internal Consistency

Reported values are consistent and reconcilable across templates. Moreover, values are consistent with the information provided in the master data

External consistency

Consistency of data under consideration with other datasets


  1. ECB, Supervisory Data Quality Framework, 2016