Deutsche Bundesbank updated Version 9 of the AnaCredit validation rules manual, which will be valid from February 01, 2020. The changes in the manual are based on the adjustment of reporting requirements and the introduction of the new Feedback concept, in accordance with circular No. 39/2019 dated June 21, 2019. Bundesbank also published Version 2.1 of the technical specifications of master and credit data reports for AnaCredit data collection.
The validation rules manual contains detailed information and instructions on the reporting requirements for AnaCredit. This document supplements the guidelines for credit statistics (AnaCredit) and the AnaCredit reporting manuals. It describes all validations that are made to ensure satisfactory data quality. The technical specifications document describes the technical format for the data exchange between AnaCredit reporting agents and the Bundesbank.
AnaCredit regulation (EU Regulation No 2016/867) on the collection of granular credit and credit risk data was approved in May 2016. Analytical Credit Dataset, or AnaCredit, comprises the collection of granular credit data based on harmonized ECB statistical reporting requirements. The objective is to establish a common granular credit database shared between the Eurosystem members, comprising input data for all euro area member states. The AnaCredit data will support the ECB and central banks in performing their central banking and supervisory functions, including monetary policy analysis and operations, risk management, financial stability surveillance, statistics, macro-prudential policy, and research.
Related Links (in German)
- Handbook on Validations, Version 9 (PDF)
- Technical Specifications, Version 2.1 (PDF)
- Circular No. 39/2019, June 2019 (PDF)
- AnaCredit Webpage
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, Validation Rules, Technical Specifications, AnaCredit, Reporting, Bundesbank
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