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iv. European Central Bank reporting requirements

1. Each money market fund which meets the definition contained in Article 1a, of Regulation of the European Central Bank (EU) No 883/2011 of 25 August 2011 amending Regulation (EC) No 25/2009 concerning the balance sheet of the monetary financial institutions sector (ECB/2008/32) (ECB/2001/12) and domiciled within a Monetary Union Member State (MUMS) shall submit two sets of data:

(a) Monthly - Data This return shall be prepared on a monthly basis and shall be received by the Central Bank within 6 working days of the end-month to which it relates. Essentially it consists of aggregated and summarised balance sheet data, e.g. liabilities - net asset value and borrowings; assets - cash, deposits, debt securities (money market paper and other) and equity holdings. All components of assets are broken into three general issuer categories (Irish, other MUMS and the rest of the world).

(b) Quarterly - Data This return shall be prepared on a quarterly basis end March, June, September and Decemb