FAQs about reporting
Frequently asked questions about the reporting.
1. Should transactions with households be reported?
Transactions with households are not to be reported.
2. Which parts of the bank need to report?
The transactions that are to be reported are the transactions made by the legal entity that is the monetary policy counterparty, including all branches in the EU/EEA, and are denominated in SEK.
3. Should transactions with the Riksbank be reported?
Transactions with the Riksbank as counterpart do not need to be reported, but may be reported. This may be changed.
4. Should transactions with a volume of less than SEK 10 million be reported?
Transactions with a volume of less than SEK 10 million do not have to be reported, but may be reported. This may be changed.
5. The Riksbank asks for transactions with a maturity of no more than 10 calendar days. Is it allowed to report transactions with a maturity of more than 10 calendar days?
It is allowed to report transactions with a maturity of more than 10 calendar days. However, the Riksbank cannot guarantee that these transactions will not be flagged with warnings when they are reported. In addition, the reporting segment may have to be divided up into several files if it results in a very large number of transactions being reported. Contact us at email@example.com for further information.
6. What does yearly reporting consist of?
In yearly reporting, both aggregate volumes and the number of transactions in the segment used for daily reporting shall be reported. Yearly reporting is made at the start of the calendar year and refers to the previous year’s transactions.