Statistics Reported by Banks and Other Financial Firms in the United States
These tables will be discontinued with the final table released in April 2022.
The source for these data is the Treasury International Capital System and future data publications can be found on Treasury’s website. Data on U.S. financial firms’ liabilities to foreign residents are available here. Data on U.S. financial firms’ claims on foreign residents are available here.
Data were previously published in the Supplement to the Federal Reserve Bulletin, which ceased publication in December 2008.
Liabilities to, and Claims on, Foreigners Reported by Financial Firms in the United States (Table 3.16) 1
|Item||2018||2019||2020||Mar 2021||Jun 2021||Sep 2021||Dec 2021/p|
|1||Financial firms` own liabilities||277,733||287,861||300,429||304,244||325,392||304,537||304,126|
|4||Financial firms` own claims||476,072||526,202||597,169||573,817||566,901||552,016||568,558|
|7||Claims of financial firms` domestic customers2||115,165||114,122||122,445||109,497||104,173||99,751||99,593|
- Prior to December 2013, reporting firms include all types of depository institutions as well as some bank holding companies and brokers and dealers. Effective December 2013, data include, in addition, all other nonbank financial firms. Data on claims exclude uninvested foreign currencies held by U.S. monetary authorities. Return to table
- Claims on foreigners reported by firms located in the United States, in which the assets are held by the firm for the accounts of domestic customers. Return to table