Deutsche Bundesbank published Version 13 of the AnaCredit validation rules manual, which is expected to be valid from February 01, 2022. Changes have been made with respect to the completeness and consistency criteria and plausibility checks. The manual on validation rules supplements the guidelines for AnaCredit data and the reporting manual. It describes all validations that are performed to ensure satisfactory data quality. In addition to the validations, plausibility checks are performed to reveal outlier values. Bundesbank has also published Version 2.0 of the value limits for detecting outliers, which is expected to be valid from February 01, 2022.
Also published was the Circular No. 54/2021, which informs about the introduction of validity periods for code list values, the adjustment of further reporting requirements as of February 01, 2022, and the addition of the section on how the SDMX dataset "BBK_ANCRDT_ENTTY_PRTCTD_C" works in the guidelines for AnaCredit reporting. Additionally, Bundesbank published Version 2.3 of certain supporting documents for AnaCredit reporting, with respect to the adjustment of reporting requirements as of February 01, 2022. 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. Finally, Bundesbank published Circular No. 51/2021 to announce “changeover to the time principle for submitting credit data for AnaCredit.”
Related Links (in German)
- Validation Rules Manual (PDF)
- Value Limits for Outlier Rules (XLSX)
- Circular No 54/2021 (PDF)
- Code List (XLSX)
- Technical Specifications of Master Data and Credit Data (PDF)
- Technical Specifications Table 7 (XLSX)
- Technical Reporting Schema (ZIP)
- Circular No. 51/2021 (PDF)
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, Technical Specifications, Reporting Schema, Validation Rules, Plausibility Checks, Bundesbank
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