Bundesbank updated the template for counterparty reference data (Version 6) and the associated guidelines for AnaCredit reporting, with effect from September 01, 2020. Bundesbank also published Circular No. 57/2020 announcing that the outlier rules, the introduction to which was earlier delayed, have now been made available in the system. Therefore, Bundesbank will now carry out the checks for outliers for file submissions for the first time from September 01, 2020, with the validity from the reporting date August 31, 2020, and provide the corresponding plausibility results in the feedback.
- Reporting Guidelines (PDF in German)
- Updated Template (PDF in English)
- Circular No. 57/2020 (PDF in German)
- AnaCredit Updates (in German)
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, Counterparty Reference Data Template, Circular 57/20, Bundesbank
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