Statistical Notice 2015/05

Statistical Notices update the definitions and guidance contained in the Banking Statistics Yellow Folder.
Published on 30 July 2015

Workshop on Form RN (Renminbi Business reporting)

The Bank is planning to hold a workshop on Form RN reporting on the morning of Friday 25 September. The workshop is open to all Form RN reporting institutions and will discuss the reporting form, definitions and links with other statistical forms.

If you would like to attend the workshop please contact John Lowes by Friday 28th August on +44 (0) 207 601 3067 or email

If there are any specific topics or questions that you would like to see covered at the workshop, please provide details in your response and we will endeavour to incorporate them.

Statistical reporting seminar (replies by 11th September)

We will be running a half day (afternoon) statistical reporting seminar on Tuesday 6th October. The seminar is primarily aimed at staff new to Bank of England reporting as it will provide an overview of how and why we collect the data; as well as what we do with it. The planned running order for the afternoon is:

Core forms

  • Data processing (CRDs, Data Reception, Statistical Notices and OSCA)
  • BT and associated forms PB, GT and BN
  • PL and BG
  • Data checking

Commonly reported forms

  • BE
  • AD, AL and LN
  • CA, CC, CL, C1 and CE

Specialist forms

  • CX, FI, FO, WO, IC, IO, IS, and ER

Overview of Regulatory Data Reporting

The seminar will be held in the Conference Centre here at the Bank. Please email the Data Reception at indicating which session(s) you would like to attend. Please also provide details of specific areas that are of interest to you, so that we can make the sessions as focussed as possible. Places are free and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. The closing date for replies is Friday 11th September. Directions and a timetable for the event will be sent out during the week following the closing date.

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