The Central Bank of Ireland published Version 2.7 of the draft credit data template and rules for monthly AnaCredit reporting by banks. Data to be reported under the AnaCredit Regulation refers to multiple elements that are interconnected. AnaCredit Regulation specifies a dataset for reporting specific information for each of the elements while the Central Bank of Ireland specifies the datasets for monthly and quarterly reporting in the draft credit data templates and rules. The datasets with monthly reporting frequency include instrument data, financial data, counterparty-instrument data, joint liabilities data protection received data, instrument-protection received data, counterparty risk data, and counterparty default data.
Keywords: Europe, Ireland, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, Credit Risk, Central Bank of Ireland
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