Concordance Between Classifications of Reserve Assets in BPM5 and the Template
|Reserve Assets||Corresponding to Template Item||Official Reserve Assets|
|Monetary gold||I.A.(4)||I.A. Official reserve assets|
|Special drawing rights||I.A.(3)||(1) Foreign currency reserves (in convertible foreign currencies)|
|Reserve position in the Fund||I.A.(2)||(a) Securities|
|Foreign exchange||I.A.(1), I.A.(5)||of which:|
|Currency and deposits*||I.A.(1)(b)||issuer headquatered in reporting country|
|With monetary authorities||I.A.(1)(b)(1)||(b) Total deposits with:|
|With banks||I.A.(1)(b)(ii), (iii)||(i) other central banks and BIS|
|Securities||I.A.(1)(a)||(ii) banks headquartered in the reporting country|
|Bonds and notes||located abroad|
|Money market instruments||(iii) banks headquartered outside the reporting country|
|Financial derivatives**||I.A.(5)||of which:|
|Other claims***||I.A.(5), I.A.(1), I.B.||located in the reporting country|
|(2) IMF reserve position|
|(4) Gold (including gold on loan)|
|(5) Other reserve assets (specify)|
Excludes deposits in banks located in the reporting country unless certain restrictive conditions are met (see text).
Showing a separate line for financial derivatives is a provisional guideline in BPMS and subject to review.
Only to the extent that working balances abroad of government nonmonetary agencies or assets that are held by banks and subject to the control of the monetary authorities are recorded under “other claims” in BPM5.