ECB published updated versions of the lists of legal forms, national identifiers, and international organizations for AnaCredit reporting. The listed international organizations are those for which a simplified reporting of AnaCredit counterparty reference data applies, unless otherwise decided by the relevant national central bank. The changes in these documents have been highlighted in yellow. ECB also updated the guidance on non-EU entities' identifier search.
The AnaCredit reporting manual has three parts covering general methodology, data sets and data attributes, and case studies. The annexes provide additional information relevant for reporting agents, such as lists of country-specific national identifiers and legal forms, in addition to the examples of complete data reports concerning stylized instruments. The AnaCredit Manual annex “List of national identifiers” provides information on certain individual countries outside the EU (such as Brazil and the United States). For individual countries not listed in the annex, a generic code can be applied. The guidance document on non-EU identifier search provides detailed information on where to retrieve a valid national identifier and which generic identifier type to use to report the identifier. The list is sorted by the country of residence of the counterparty for which a national identifier needs to be found and which is resident outside of the EU. The AnaCredit regulation (EU Regulation No 2016/867) was approved in May 2016 and it involves the collection of granular credit and credit risk data based on the harmonized ECB statistical reporting requirements.
- Announcement of Updates
- List of Legal Forms (XLSX)
- List of National Identifiers (XLSX)
- List of International Organizations (XLSX)
- Guidance on Non-EU Entities' Identifier Search (XLSX)
- ECB AnaCredit Webpage
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, Legal Forms, National Identifiers, International Organizations, Credit Risk, ECB
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