ECB updated the list of legal forms (version 2.6), the list of national identifiers (version 2.8), and the list of international organizations (version 1.6) for AnaCredit reporting. The lists of legal forms and national identifiers are valid for reporting of all AnaCredit reference periods, as of the reference period 2021-10. The updated version of the list of international organizations includes change in location for some international organizations, addition of new international organizations, and addition of information on international organization code.
The updates in all three documents have been highlighted in yellow. The updated documents are part of the Annexes to the AnaCredit reporting manual. The AnaCredit reporting manual has three parts covering general methodology, datasets 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 regulation (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.
- List of Legal Forms (XLSX)
- List of National Identifiers (XLSX)
- List of International Organizations (XLSX)
- AnaCredit Overview
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Reporting, AnaCredit, Reporting Manual, Legal Forms, National Identifiers, International Organizations, Credit Risk, ECB
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