EBA published Version 1.1 of the standardized non-performing loan (NPL) data templates that are aimed to facilitate the NPL sale transactions across EU. The standardized set of NPL data templates provide a common data set for screening, financial due diligence, and valuation during NPL transactions in EU.
The revised version of the NPL templates include amendments in data fields, a redesign of the related legal fields, and other editorial changes for improving the effectiveness and usability. The published package also contains a document presenting a summary of the changes to Version 1.0 of EBA NPL templates. The revised templates include minor changes following the feedback received from the testing of the original version that was published in December 2017.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, NPL, NPL Templates, Reporting, Version 1.1, EBA
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