The Central Bank of Ireland updated the Counterparty Template and Rules for reporting under the AnaCredit Regulation of ECB. This version updates the [non-Irish identifiers] domain list to align with the March 2020, ECB-published Version 2.4 of the list of legal forms, which ECB had published on March 26, 2020. It also updates the [legal form] domain list to align with Version 2.6 of the list of national identifiers, which ECB had published on March 13, 2020. Additionally, the central bank updated the reporting schedule for Counterparty Reference Data Return and the register of government body identifiers.
- Counterparty Template and Rules (XLSX)
- Reporting Schedule for Counterparty Reference Data (XLSX)
- Register of Government Body Identifiers (XLSX)
- AnaCredit Webpage
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, Counterparty Reference Data Template, Reporting Timelines, Government Body Identifiers, Central Bank of Ireland
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