Bundesbank issued Circular No. 50/2020 to announce certain adjustments to AnaCredit reporting. The circular provides information about the adjustment of the submission type and change of the correction concept for credit master data as well as the adjustment of reporting requirements as of August 01, 2021. In addition, Bundesbank has published Version 2.2 of certain supporting documents for AnaCredit reporting, with respect to the adjustment of reporting requirements as of August 01, 2021. These documents are code list, technical specifications of master data and credit data reports for AnaCredit, technical specifications for “Table 7 on list of attributes to be reported with the exact data type specification," and technical reporting schema.
Related Links (in German)
- Circular No. 50/2020 (PDF)
- Code List, Version 2.2 (XLSX)
- Technical Specifications of Master Data and Credit Data, Version 2.2 (PDF)
- Technical Specifications Table 7, Version 2.2 (XLSX)
- Technical Reporting Schema, Version 2.2 (ZIP)
- AnaCredit Webpage
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, Technical Specifications, Reporting Schema, Bundesbank
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