FED updated the reporting form for FR 2052a, which is used to monitor the overall liquidity profile of certain supervised institutions. FR 2052a data is shared with OCC and FDIC and will assist the US agencies in monitoring compliance with the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) Rule for applicable banking organizations.
U.S. firms that are identified as global systemically important bank holding companies, Category II banking organizations, or Category III banking organizations and have average weighted short‐term wholesale funding of USD 75 billion or more must submit a report on each business day. U.S. firms that are identified as Category III banking organizations and have average weighted short‐term wholesale funding of less than USD 75 billion, or Category IV banking organizations must submit a report monthly. Foreign banking organization (FBOs) identified as Category II foreign banking organizations or Category III foreign banking organizations with average weighted short‐term wholesale funding of USD 75 billion or more must submit a report on each business day. FBOs identified as Category III foreign banking organizations with average weighted short‐term wholesale funding of less than USD 75 billion or Category IV banking organizations must submit a report monthly.
Keywords: Americas, US, Banking, FR 2052a, Reporting, LCR, Liquidity Risk, Basel, FED
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