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IHC/BHC Regulatory Reporting Seminar (Webcast Link) pdf
Seminar presentation on regulatory reporting for Intermediate and Bank Holding Companies for the following reports: FR Y-9C, FR Y-15, FR Y-11, FR 2314, FR Y-12 and the FFIEC 009.
April 20, 2017
Proposed changes to the Liquidity Monitoring Reports (FR 2052a) pdf
On November 26, 2014, the Federal Reserve made publicly available the proposed changes to the Liquidity Monitoring Reports (FR 2052a). The Federal Register notice will be published on December 2, 2014. The Federal Reserve proposes to revise the report by modifying 1) The respondent panel and threshold (All U.S. institutions with consolidated assets greater than $50 billion and FBOs with U.S. assets greater than $50 billion will report), 2) The frequency of reporting, 3) The reporting platform structure, and 4) The data item granularity on securities financing transactions, wholesale unsecured funding, deposits, loans, unfunded commitments, collateral, derivatives and foreign exchange transactions. In addition, the changes align with the LCR rule. The report forms, instructions, and detailed discussion of the changes, can be found at the Board's website.
December 2, 2014
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