OSFI issued its annual update for 2018 to the manual of reporting forms and instructions for deposit-taking institutions. The changes to several reporting forms and instructions were announced in a letter addressed to the Chief Financial Officers of banks and federally regulated trust and loan companies and Principal Officers of foreign bank branches.
Changes were made to the following regulatory reporting forms and instructions effective for 2019 filing:
- Consolidated Monthly Balance Sheet (M4)
- Report on New and Existing Lending (A4)
- Impaired Assets (E3)
- Mortgage Loans Report (E2)
- Leverage Requirements Return (LR)
- Liquidity Coverage Ratio Return (LA)
- Basel Capital Adequacy Reporting or BCAR (BA)
- Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOCs) Report (J2) - New
Keywords: Americas, Canada, Banking, Reporting, Basel III, BCAR, LCR, Leverage Ratio Requirements, OSFI
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