Bank of Italy published Version 1.9 of the AnaCredit reporting manual. Additionally, Bank of Italy published documents on "glossary of checks" and "AnaCredit 2020 survey deadlines." The "glossary of checks" document contains descriptions of the individual findings envisaged in the data quality management framework of Bank of Italy with reference to the AnaCredit survey, divided according to the categories described in paragraph 5.1 of the reporting manual. The timescales according to which monthly and quarterly reports must be sent to Bank of Italy are provided in the survey deadlines document.
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