The Central Bank of Ireland published Version 2.7 of the notes on compilation of AnaCredit Data Returns. The earlier version of the notes has been updated to include reporting guidance for international organizations. These notes on compilation set out the statistical reporting requirements for credit institutions in Ireland in relation to the AnaCredit Data Returns.
The Central Bank of Ireland AnaCredit Returns include the ACPRD for monthly/quarterly reporting by all credit institutions; the ACR1B for monthly reporting by all credit institutions, except credit unions; ACR2B for quarterly reporting by all credit institutions, except credit unions; and ACR1CU for quarterly reporting by credit unions only. These notes draw heavily on the ECB AnaCredit Manual, with the necessary amendments to accommodate Ireland-specific issues and national discretions. The returns satisfy reporting requirements for credit institutions, as laid down in the regulation on the collection of granular credit and credit risk data. The notes should be read along with the relevant AnaCredit regulation, templates, and manual.
Keywords: Europe, Ireland, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, International Organizations, Central Bank of Ireland
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