Bank of Italy published XSD schemes for reporting under the AnaCredit regulation. In May 2016, ECB had approved the AnaCredit regulation (EU 2016/13), which involves the collection of granular credit data based on the harmonized statistical reporting requirements. In Italy, the collection of such granular credit data is regulated by Circular No. 297 of the Bank of Italy. Among others, Circular No. 297 regulates the new harmonized recognition on the credit envisaged by the AnaCredit Regulation and transposes and completes the indications contained in the related AnaCredit Manual. The circular also transposes the indications provided to the banks with the previous Notices already issued by the Bank of Italy in 2016 and simplifies the regulatory sources governing the collection of granular information on interest rates applied by banks.
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