Bundesbank issued a circular (48/2020) on postponement of the implementation of amendment to the ECB regulation (ECB/2013/33) on monetary financial institution (MFI) balance sheet statistics. ECB has postponed the implementation of this regulation until 2022, in view of the operational challenges faced by banks in the context of COVID-19 outbreak. Following the adoption of the ECB regulation, a supplementary Bundesbank order will be issued to specify the requirements of the regulation, including the relevant Bundesbank reporting schemes.
Originally, ECB had intended to adopt the amending regulation in Spring 2020. The final regulation and feedback statement will be published later this year and the implementation is foreseen for 2022. It is expected that the time at which reports will first have to be submitted, according to the revised Bundesbank reporting templates, will also be postponed by several months, probably until the beginning of 2022. The draft amendments to the ECB regulation (ECB/2013/33) introduce new reporting requirements that enhance analysis of monetary and credit developments. They also modify some existing requirements, definitions, and reporting derogations to support better integration with other statistical datasets. ECB had consulted on the draft regulation that amends Regulation ECB/2013/33 from February to March 2020.
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