Deutsche Bundesbank updated the guidelines and questions and answers (Q&A) on money market statistics. The guidelines will be effective from June 2018. Additional information on the submission of money market statistics and on the status message of a report was also updated. The status message contains one of the five report statuses: Incorrect Filename, Corrupted File, Rejected, Partially Accepted, and Accepted.
The reports for the statistics on the money markets must be submitted to the Bundesbank via ExtraNet daily by 6:30 pm on the next TARGET2 settlement day after the trade date. The first reporting took place on July 01, 2016. The statistics on the money markets cover money market transactions—namely on secured, unsecured, and certain derivatives money market transactions—concluded by monetary financial institutions (MFIs), with the exception of money market funds. Single transactions with a maturity date of not more than 397 days after the settlement date are to be reported (excluding transactions in the overnight index swaps or OIS market segment). In the OIS market segment, transactions with all maturities need to be reported. Transactions of the reporting agent with other MFIs, other financial intermediaries, insurance corporations, pension funds, general government, or central banks as well as with non-financial corporations classified as "wholesale," according to the Basel III liquidity coverage ratio, or LCR, framework, must be reported. Concerning lending in the unsecured market segment, only transactions with other MFIs must be reported.
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Effective Date: June 2018
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