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Loan reports on "non-consumers" debts that are about to begin: Alright, you up for it?

Creditors should be prepared for the next stage of credit report requirements, which will cover credit granted to non-consumers. Notification of non credit to the credit centre ('CCR') will start on 31 March 2018. By 30 September 2018, all in-scope creditors must report non credit information to the CCR.

Pursuant to our preceding October 2016 (here) and March 2017 (here) Briefings, the German Banking Act (the "Rating Agency") places certain lenders, designated by the Rating Agency as "Credit Information Providers" ("CIPs"), under certain commitments that relate primarily to credit information and credit assessment. CRA also grants certain privileges to creditors (and guarantors) called "credit information subjects".

There is a broad range of credit institutions including both regulatory and non-regulatory creditors, credit cooperatives, municipalities and NAMA. Exclusively the CBI, foreign CBIs and pawnshops are the only creditors outside the field of applicability. Even though the credit rating agency's applicability to the CIP is very far-reaching, there are two main restrictions in its scope: the loan request or credit contract act must be governed by the laws of Ireland.

"Credit " is broad and comprises a credit, postponed payments or other forms of support. The number of exemptions from the credit rating agency's credit definitions is restricted, including: intra-group credit; credit provided to facilitate the acquisition of goods or a service from the individual from whom the credit is granted.

CBI has affirmed that'loans granted to facilitate the sale of goods or services' include hire-purchase contracts, individual contractual arrangements, lease contracts or other kinds of credit contracts where the loan is provided by the proprietor of the good or financial product being purchased. Accordingly, these credit categories are currently outside the rating agency's field of application.

The CBI has, however, indicated that it wishes to include these credit arrangements in the field of application, pending a change in the law. Except for the above mentioned exemptions (and unless there are CBI guidelines - see below), most types of credit will be in volume. "The " Stage 1 " credit report started on 30 June 2017 and relates exclusively to consumers (i.e. individuals trading outside their commercial activities).

"The " Stage 2 " report will extend the coverage of the CCR and impose disclosure requirements on all types of borrower (including enterprises, private companies and other entities). These credit facilities may be reported by a CIP from 31 March 2018, but must be reported by 30 September 2018 (with the corresponding information retroactively to 31 March 2018).

Every KVP registred with the CCR can enter the lender section of the CCR website, which contains non-publicly accessible guidelines for KVPs that report to the CCR. CBI instructions on the CCR website have shown that the following credit categories are not eligible for Phase 2 credit reporting:

"loans provided by other means, such as borrowings, derivative instruments or deposits". At a later stage, the CBI may include a guarantor in the notification procedure. The CRA and its implementation rules provide for a number of additional review-related commitments for CSRs in complement to the disclosure requirements. ii ) ensuring the correctness of the credit and personnel information to be provided to the CCR.

KVPs must also take "reasonable steps" to check the correctness and integrity of the information received from the data subjects. A political objective of the new credit report system is to offer a complete individual borrowers perspective, representing a borrower's overall commitment to supporting credit decision support and protecting a credit reference entity.

Briefly, in 2018 securing adherence to the rating agency should be an important top Priority for all in-scope creditors. Creditors need to make sure that they are in a strong enough condition to meet the rating agency's "Phase 2". Our proposal is to consider the following steps: contacting the CCR to make sure that each creditor is enrolled in the scope; identifying and classifying the credit in the scope as a " Consumers " or " Non-Consumers " so that the " Consumers Flags hip " (a compulsory CCR requirement) can be met; reviewing the credit records to obtain information gaps and check the correctness of the information gathered; starting March 31, 2018, starting with the month -by-month survey or filing of In-Scope Credits for Stage 2 clients; starting March 31, 2018, starting with the month -by-month survey or filing of In-Scope Credits for Stage 2 clients.

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