Among the FED information collections that have been under review, FED posted the final OMB supporting statement for the banking organization systemic risk report (FR Y-15). FED, under the delegated authority from OMB, has extended for three years, with revision, FR Y-15. The revisions are effective from the June 30, 2018 report date.
FED has not revised Schedule B, items 5(a) and 11(a) or Schedule D, item 1, as originally proposed. However, the revisions:
- Include Mexican pesos in total payments activity on Schedule C and remove it from the Memorandum items
- Add securities brokers to the definition of financial institutions in the instructions for Schedule B
- Make minor clarifications to the form and instructions
FR Y-15 report collects systemic risk data from large U.S. bank holding companies, covered savings and loan holding companies, and intermediate holding companies. FED uses the FR Y-15 data to monitor the systemic risk profile of the institutions that are subject to enhanced prudential standards under section 165 of the Dodd-Frank Act. In addition, FR Y-15 is used to facilitate the implementation of the surcharge for global systemically important banks, identify other institutions that may present significant systemic risk, and analyze the systemic risk implications of proposed mergers and acquisitions.
Keywords: Americas, US, Banking, Systemic Risk, Reporting, FR Y-15, FED
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