The US agencies OCC, FED, and FDIC published, in the Federal Register, a joint notice and request for comment on a proposal to extend, with revision, the reporting form FFIEC 101. FFIEC 101 is used for regulatory capital reporting for institutions subject to the advanced capital adequacy framework. The agencies are proposing to extend for three years, with revision, the FFIEC 101, which is currently an approved collection of information for each agency.
Earlier, the agencies had proposed to remove two credit valuation adjustment (CVA) items from the exposure at default (EAD) column on FFIEC 101 Schedule B, Summary Risk-Weighted Asset Information for Banks Approved to Use Advanced Internal Ratings-Based and Advanced Measurement Approaches for Regulatory Capital Purposes (items 31.a and 31.b, column D). The comment period for this proposal expired on May 01, 2017. The agencies did not receive any comments addressing the proposed changes and are now submitting requests to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review and approval of the extension, with revision, of the FFIEC 101. These reporting changes would take effect as of the September 30, 2017 report date.
The reporting frequency for this form is quarterly, with the estimated number of respondents being 20 national banks and federal savings associations for OCC and 2 insured state nonmember banks and state savings association for FDIC. FFIEC 101 is completed only by banking organizations subject to the advanced approaches risk-based capital rule. This rule applies to banking organizations with USD 250 billion or more in total consolidated assets or USD 10 billion or more in on-balance sheet foreign exposures (advanced approaches banking organizations).
Comment Due Date: July 053 2017
Keywords: Banking, Americas, US, US Agencies, FFIEC 101, Reporting
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