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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Basel III, Consumer-Related Reporting Changes Finalized

The federal regulatory agencies have proposed final changes to the Call Report implementing the Basel III capital standards and consumer data collection. Largely implemented as proposed, the final version offers more clarification of the timing on certain capital reporting and clearer definitions related to consumer reporting. Under the final guidelines, institutions with less than $1 billion in assets will be exempt from consumer deposit and income breakouts. The forms under review included the Call Report, Y9 and FFIEC 101.

View changes related to consumer data.
View Basel III changes to the Call Report and Form 101.
View Basel III changes to Form Y9.

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