Deutsche Bundesbank published Version 2.3 of the document on technical specifications for AnaCredit reporting. This document outlines the technical format of the data exchange between AnaCredit reporting agents and the Bundesbank and contains a description of the counterparty reference data reports as well as the credit data reports for AnaCredit. This documentation is intended for technical business units (including IT departments and service providers) that have been tasked with creating and transmitting data to the AnaCredit system of Bundesbank.
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, AnaCredit, Reporting, Technical Specifications, Counterparty Reference Data Template, Bundesbank
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