Annual Report of Trust Assets
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System discontinued the Annual Report of Trust Assets (FFIEC 001; OMB No. 7100-0031), effective with the December 31, 2001, report. The Federal Reserve had collected the FFIEC 001 report from all state member banks that had been granted trust powers and from trust company subsidiaries of bank holding companies not otherwise supervised by a federal banking agency. The purpose of the report was to provide information on the volume and character of discretionary fiduciary activities exercised by such institutions.
As of December 31, 2001, almost all FFIEC 001 respondents report substantially similar information on Schedule RC-T, "Fiduciary and Related Services," on the quarterly bank Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income (Call Report) (FFIEC 031 and 041, OMB No. 7100-0036). The Federal Reserve has determined that the trust activities information of supervisory interest conducted by the remaining trust companies, FFIEC 001 respondents, can be monitored by other means. Therefore, the FFIEC 001 report is no longer required.
Report of Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks
This report is mandated by the International Banking Act (IBA) of 1978. It collects balance sheet and off-balance-sheet information, including detailed supporting schedule items, from all U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks.
Report of Assets and Liabilities of Non-U.S. Branches That Are Managed or Controlled by a U.S. Branch or Agency of a Foreign (Non-U.S.) Bank
This report collects information on assets and liabilities of any non-U.S. branch that is managed or controlled by a U.S. branch or agency of a foreign bank.
Report on Indebtedness of Executive Officers and Principal Shareholders and their Related Interests to Correspondent Banks
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Office of Thrift Supervision, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (collectively the "agencies") discontinued the Report on Indebtedness of Executive Officers and Principal Shareholders and their Related Interests to Correspondent Banks (FFIEC 004), effective with the December 31, 2006, report date. The agencies required that banks retain the FFIEC 004 data from all principal shareholders and executive officers. The purpose of this report was to ascertain whether there were any indications of preferential lending to any executive officer or principal shareholder by a correspondent bank.
Section 601 of the Financial Services Regulatory Relief Act of 2006 (Relief Act) removed several statutory reporting requirements relating to insider lending by insured banks and savings associations (institutions). One of these amendments, which became effective on October 13, 2006, eliminated the statutory requirement that an executive officer or principal shareholder of an institution file an annual report with the institution's board of directors during any year in which the officer or shareholder, or a related interest of the officer or shareholder, has an outstanding extension of credit from any of the institution's correspondent banks.
In previous years, the FFIEC distributed a copy of the FFIEC 004 report to institutions for use by their executive officers and principal shareholders in complying with the annual reporting requirements pertaining to extensions of credit from correspondent banks. Because the Relief Act eliminated the specific statutory reporting requirement for this information, the federal banking agencies no longer require executive officers and principal shareholders to submit an annual report on indebtedness to correspondent banks to their boards of directors.
Annual Report of International Fiduciary Activities
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System discontinued the Annual Report of International Fiduciary Activities (FFIEC 006; OMB No. 7100-0031), effective with the December 31, 2001, report. The Federal Reserve had collected the FFIEC 006 annual year-end report from foreign banking affiliates of U.S. banking organizations that engaged in foreign fiduciary activities. The purpose of the report was to collect information about the scope and volume of international fiduciary activities conducted by these institutions. Information collected was used in the supervision and examination of fiduciary activities by the federal supervisory agencies.
As of December 31, 2001, all FFIEC 006 respondents report substantially similar information on Schedule T, "Fiduciary and Related Services," on the quarterly Report of Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks (FFIEC 002, OMB No. 7100-0032). Therefore, the FFIEC 006 report is no longer required.
Country Exposure Report/Country Exposure Information Report
This report collects detailed information on the distribution, by country, of claims on foreigners held by U.S. banks and bank holding companies. The FFIEC 009a is a supplement to the FFIEC 009 and provides specific information about the reporting institutions' exposures in particular countries.
Country Exposure Report for U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks
This report collects information, by country, from U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks on direct, indirect, and total adjusted claims on foreign residents. The report also collects information about the respondents' direct claims on related non-U.S. offices domiciled in countries other than the home country of the parent bank that are ultimately guaranteed in the home country. A breakdown of adjusted claims on unrelated foreign residents provides exposure information.
Foreign Branch Report of Condition/Abbreviated Foreign Branch Report of Condition
These reports collect information on the structure and geographic distribution of foreign branch assets, liabilities, derivatives, and off-balance-sheet data. Derivative items include futures and forward contracts, option contracts, and the notional value of outstanding interest rate swaps. Off-balance-sheet items include commitments to purchase foreign currencies and U.S. dollar exchange and letters of credit. The FFIEC 030S collects five financial data items for smaller, less complex branches.
Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income for a Bank with Domestic and Foreign Offices
This report collects basic financial data from commercial banks in the form of a balance sheet, an income statement, and supporting schedules. The Report of Condition schedules provide details on assets, liabilities, and capital accounts. The Report of Income schedules provide details on income and expenses.
Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income
for a Bank with Domestic Offices Only
This report collects basic financial data of commercial banks in the form of a balance sheet, an income statement, and supporting schedules. The Report of Condition schedules provide details on assets, liabilities, and capital accounts. The Report of Income schedules provide details on income and expenses.
Regulatory Capital Reporting for Institutions Subject to the Advanced Capital Adequacy Framework
Reporting Schedules A through S collect information about the components of reporting entities' regulatory capital, risk-weighted assets by type of credit risk exposure under the Advanced Internal Ratings-Based Approach, and risk-weighted assets and operational losses under the Advanced Measurement Approach.
Market Risk Regulatory Report for Institutions Subject to the Market Risk Capital Rule
The reporting form collects information on reporting institutions' value-at-risk-based measures, specific risk add-ons, incremental risk capital requirement, comprehensive risk capital requirement, and de minimis positions that pertain to the regulatory capital requirements for market risk under the federal banking agencies' market risk capital rule incorporated into Subpart F of the revised regulatory capital rules adopted by the federal banking agencies in July 2013. The Memoranda section of the reporting form collects additional data that pertain to the risk profiles of reporting institutions' trading activities.