GLEIF introduced new quality criteria and performance checks to further optimize data quality in the Global Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) System (GLEIS). This allows for a more detailed performance analysis and further increases transparency on the data quality achieved in the GLEIS. The monthly global LEI data quality report was also published.
The global LEI data quality report analyzes the overall data quality within the GLEIS and provides the following key information:
- The LEI Total Data Quality Score for the reporting period
- Progress achieved on the continuous optimization of the data quality within the GLEIS based on the LEI Total Data Quality Score
- The Total Data Quality Score per country achieved in the reporting period
- Results of GLEIF checks of the LEI data records against implemented quality criteria—that is, the percentage of records that successfully passed the tests
- The percentage of LEI data records, which meet the requirements of distinct quality maturity levels
- Information on "Level 2" data, duplicates, and challenges for the reporting period
Keywords: International, Banking, Insurance, Securities, LEI, GLEIS, Data Quality, GLEIF
Previous ArticleDNB Issues Additional Data Quality Checks for Fourth Quarter of 2018
FSB finalized the toolkit of effective practices to assist financial institutions in their cyber incident response and recovery activities.
HKMA urged authorized institutions to take early action to adhere to the IBOR Fallbacks Protocol, which ISDA is expected to publish soon.
FSB published a global transition roadmap for London Inter-bank Offered Rate (LIBOR).
HM Treasury published a document that summarizes the responses received from a consultation on the approach of UK to transposition of the revised Bank Resolution and Recovery Directive (BRRD2).
HM Treasury published the government response to the feedback received on the consultation for updating the prudential regime of UK before the end of the Brexit transition period.
In a recent statistical notice, BoE announced publication of the reporting schedule for statistical returns for 2021.
EC welcomed the joint declaration by 25 EU member states on building the next generation of cloud in Europe.
PRA published the final policy statement PS22/20, which contains the updated supervisory statement SS12/13 on counterparty credit risk.
FSB published an update on its work to address market fragmentation. FSB is working in this area in collaboration with the other standard-setting bodies.
EBA proposed revisions to the guidelines on major incident reporting under the second Payment Service Directive (PSD2).