FED published the draft reporting form and instructions for FR Y-9C and FR Y-14A. The changes were made to the forms and instructions in context to the final rule that simplifies capital rules for large banks and establishes a stress capital buffer, or SCB, requirement. The data for FR Y-14A is reported as of December 31 each year while the data for FR Y-9C is reported quarterly, as of the last calendar day of the quarter.
The FR Y-9C report collects basic financial data from a domestic bank holding company, a savings and loan holding company, a U.S intermediate holding company, and a securities holding company on a consolidated basis in the form of a balance sheet, an income statement, and detailed supporting schedules, including a schedule of off balance-sheet items. The FR Y-14A report collects detailed data on quantitative projections of balance sheet assets and liabilities, income, losses, and capital across a range of macroeconomic scenarios and qualitative information on methodologies used to develop internal projections of capital across scenarios. The data are used to assess the capital adequacy of large firms using forward-looking projections of revenue and losses, to support supervisory stress test models and continuous monitoring efforts, and to inform the operational decision making of FED.
- Draft Reporting Form FR Y-9C (PDF)
- Draft Instructions FR Y-9C (PDF)
- Draft Reporting Form FR Y-14A (PDF)
- Draft Instructions FR Y-14A (PDF)
- Notification on Reporting Update
- Press Release on SCB Rule
Keywords: Americas, US, Banking, FR Y-9C, FR Y-14A, Reporting, Stress Capital Buffer, Stress Testing, Regulatory Capital, FED
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