BDF updated the supporting information for AnaCredit reporting. The recently published information includes IT specifications for the remitters, IT specifications for remitters (with integrated technical files), and AnaCredit BDF controls. The purpose of the IT specifications is to provide reporting institutions and their project managers with the management rules and data transmission standards of the AnaCredit collection through the OneGate window. BDF also updated repository of financial institutions and resident public administrations for SURFI and AnaCredit collections.
Related Links (in French)
- IT Specification for Remitters (PDF)
- IT Specifications for Remitters (with integrated technical files) (DOCX)
- AnaCredit BDF Controls (XLSX)
- Repository for SURFI and AnaCredit Collections
- AnaCredit Webpage
Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, BDF
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