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Requirements for reporting granular credit data

Issuer:Governor of Eesti Pank
Type:regulation
In force from:25.01.2021
In force until: In force
Translation published:04.02.2021

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Requirements for reporting granular credit data

Passed 29.03.2017 No. 6
RT I, 31.03.2017, 6
Entry into force 31.03.2018

Amended by the following legal instruments (show)

PassedPublishedEntry into force
12.06.2018RT I, 19.06.2018, 101.01.2019
19.01.2021RT I, 22.01.2021, 325.01.2021

This decree is established on the basis of subsections 91(1) and 91(3) of the Credit Institutions Act and subsection 301(31) of the Official Statistics Act.
[RT I, 22.01.2021, 3 – entry into force 25.01.2021]

Chapter 1 General Provisions  

§ 1.  Scope of the Decree

  This decree establishes:
1) requirements for the content and structure of the reports specified in subsection 3 (1) of this Decree that are to be submitted to Eesti Pank, Finantsinspektsioon and the Financial Intelligence Unit (hereinafter reports) to be followed in submission of granular credit and credit risk data (hereinafter credit data) as provided by Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank on the collection of granular credit and credit risk data;
[RT I, 22.01.2021, 3 – entry into force 25.01.2021]
2) due dates and procedures for submission of the reports specified in subsection 3 (1) of this Decree to Eesti Pank.

§ 2.  Application of the Decree

 (1) The reports established with the Decree shall be prepared and submitted by all credit institutions and branches of credit institutions operating in Estonia (hereinafter credit institutions).

 (2) In accordance with Article 16(1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank, Eesti Pank may grant derogations to small credit institutions, waiving the reporting 2/3 requirements established by this Decree. Eesti Pank shall inform the credit institution of the application and termination of the derogation in accordance with Article 16(4) of Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank.

Chapter 2 Reports, principles for preparing reports, and submission of reports  

§ 3.  Reports and reporting principles

 (1) Credit institutions shall compile and submit to Eesti Pank the following reports:
1) Resident counterparty reference data report, code 2201 (Appendix 1);
2) Non-resident counterparty reference data report, code 2202 (Appendix 2);
3) Instrument data report, code 2210 (Appendix 3);
4) Instrument financial data report, code 2211 (Appendix 4);
5) Joint liabilities data report, code 2212 (Appendix 5);
6) Counterparty-instrument data report, code 2213 (Appendix 6);
7) Accounting data report, code 2214 (Appendix 7);
8) Protection received data report, code 2215 (Appendix 8);
9) Instrument-protection received data report, code 2216 (Appendix 9);
10) Counterparty risk data report, code 2217 (Appendix 10);
11) Counterparty default data report, code 2218 (Appendix 11).

 (2) The data shall be compiled in conformity with the requirements provided in Article 4(1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank.

 (3) The reporting threshold established in Article 5 of Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank shall not be applied.

 (4) In Annexes 1 – 11 of this Decree the terms shall be used as defined in Annex 4 of Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank.

 (5) The terms ‘resident’ and ‘non-resident’ in Annexes 1 and 2 shall be used as defined in Decree No 7 of the Governor of Eesti Pank of 29 May 2014 “Establishment of supplementary reports on credit institution’s balance sheet”.

 (6) A credit institution with branches outside Estonia is obliged to report credit data for both the legal entity resident in Estonia and its branch resident in a reporting Member State. In accordance with Article 6(3)(a) of Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank, Eesti Pank may decide to waive in full or in part the reporting requirements for credit data listed in clauses 3(1)1)-6) of this Decree from branches resident in reporting Member States. Eesti Pank shall notify the credit institution of its decision to waive the reporting requirements for data listed in clauses 3(1)1)-6) of this Decree.

 (7) In accordance with Article 6(3)(b) of Regulation (EU) 2016/867 of the European Central Bank, Eesti Pank may decide to waive in full or in part the reporting requirements for credit data listed in clauses 3(1)7)-11) of this Decree for branches of credit institutions of reporting Member States operating in Estonia. Eesti Pank shall notify the branch of the credit institution of its decision to waive the reporting requirements for data listed in clauses 3(1)7)-11) of this Decree.

§ 4.  Reporting period and submission dates

 (1) The data listed under clauses 3(1) 1)-6), 8), 9) and 11) of the Decree shall be reported on a monthly basis. The data listed under clauses 3 (1) 7) and 10) of this Decree shall be reported on a quarterly basis. 3/3

 (2) The data listed under clauses 3 (1) 1) and 2) shall be submitted by the fifteenth banking day following the end of the reference period, the data listed under clauses 3 (1) 3) – 6), 8), 9) and 11) shall be submitted by the seventeenth banking day following the end of the reference period, and the data listed under clause 3 (1) 7) and 10) shall be submitted by the thirty-fifth banking day following the end of the reference period.

§ 5.  Submission of reports

 (1) The reports shall be submitted to Eesti Pank electronically in the XML (eXtensible Markup Language) format, as in Decree No. 4 of the Governor of Eesti Pank of 29 May 2018 “Requirements for the electronic submission of reports” (RT I, 05.06.2018, 1).
[RT I, 19.06.2018, 1 – entry into force 01.01.2019]

 (2) If errors have been found or accounting principles have been changed, corrected reports shall be submitted electronically.

 (3) The text and values for data attributes of the reports may not contain the following symbols: >, <, &, ', ".

Chapter 3 Implementing Provisions  

§ 6.  Entry into force and application of the Decree

 (1) This decree shall enter into force on 31 March 2018.

 (2) The Decree shall be implemented as follows:
 1) the reports listed under clauses 3 (1) 1) and 2) shall be compiled and reported, for the first time, as at 31 March 2018 and for each subsequent reference period ending on 30 September 2018 and later;
 2) the data listed under clauses 3 (1) 3)-11) shall be compiled and reported for reference periods ending on 30 September 2018 and later.

Appendix 1 Resident counterparty reference data report

Appendix 2 Non-resident counterparty reference data report

Appendix 3 Instrument data report

Appendix 4 Instrument financial data report

Appendix 5 Joint liabilities data report

Appendix 6 Counterparty-instrument data report

Appendix 7 Accounting data report

Appendix 8 Protection received data report

Appendix 9 Instrument-protection received data report

Appendix 10 Counterparty risk data report

Appendix 11 Counterparty default data report

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