Reporting Form
IICE Report of Institution-to-Institution Credit Exposure data (I-I Credit Data)
The Institution-to-Institution Credit Exposure data collection represents Phase I of the Data Gaps initiative, spearheaded by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) and captures information on reporting firms’ largest counterparty credit exposures by product type. Institution-to-Institution Credit Exposure report requirements cover the firms ‘securities financing transaction activity, short term money placements, and listed derivative/future exposure to counterparties and central counterparties (CCPs). This information will facilitate supervisory monitoring and analysis of common or correlated exposures and funding dependencies across G-SIBs. In doing so, the IICE (together with corresponding collections in other jurisdictions) will provide valuable systemic information to supervisors and policymakers and will promote improvements in firms’ ability to aggregate and report their exposures and positions in a consistent, timely, and accurate manner.
Country Exposure
Bank Holding Companies, Savings and Loan Holding Companies, Banks, Savings Associations
Additional Information:
The posted original 2016 versions reflect additional changes that are needed effective September 29 conversion to Reporting Central.
IDH Guidelines for Reporting I-I Credit data (May 2016) pdf
Monthly Template - Top 20 Exposures to Sovereign Entities pdf
Monthly Template - Largest Counterparty Credit Exposures pdf
Weekly Template - Largest Counterparty Credit Exposures pdf
Weekly Template - Top 10 Exposures to Central Counterparties (CCP) pdf
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