ECB DataWarehouse launches to give ABS transparency boost

After postponing implementation by one month, the European Central Bank’s (ECB) DataWarehouse, which obliges issuers to report on a loan by loan basis, went live on Thursday.

  • 04 Jan 2013

Nevertheless, the effective start date is unlikely to have any material impact until March 2014 when non-compliant deals stand to lose ECB repo eligibility.

As of Thursday, RMBS and SME ABS issuers from the eurozone were obliged to start complying with the central bank’s loan level reporting requirements. ...

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