Bundesbank published a declaration of attribution form for AnaCredit reporting. This form can be submitted to Bundesbank so that a clear identification of the authorized submitter and the correct delivery of the AnaCredit feedback can be guaranteed, if the submitter of the reports differs from the reporting agent in the future. In case of new third-party submitters, the declaration of attribution form from the reporting party must be submitted to Bundesbank at least two weeks before the first submission date; for example, for the reporting date March 31, 2021, the declaration should be submitted no later than March 17, 2021. Third parties that are already submitting reports for reporting agents do not need to submit a new declaration of attribution. The corresponding form “Declaration of attribution AnaCredit-BBk and RIAD-BBk” can be sent to the Bundesbank as a PDF file by e-mail, letter, or fax.
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SRB published an overview of the resolution tools available in the Banking Union and their impact on a bank’s ability to maintain continuity of access to financial market infrastructure services in resolution.
EU published Directive 2021/338, which amends the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II and the Capital Requirements Directives (CRD 4 and 5) to facilitate recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.