FR Y-9C

FR Y-9C

Quarterly report filed by bank holding companies with the Federal Reserve. It contains consolidated balance sheet and income statement with detailed schedules including a schedule for off-balance-sheet items and regulatory capital.
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based reporting processes required by the Federal Reserve Bank and state regulators, including FR Y-9C and 14-Q disclosures.
It will also integrate Federal Reserve FR Y-9C reports, Call reports and Basel risk-weighted asset calculations.
Figures are obtained from the FR Y-9C Consolidated Report of Condition and Income, a form that is completed on a quarterly basis by each bank holding company with at least $500 million in total assets.
Our data come from SNL Financial, which collects and organizes the information coming from FR Y-9C reports filed by bank holding companies on a quarterly basis.
Securitization data were first collected on the FR Y-9C report for June 2001.
The platform includes a common datamart optimized for managing risk, consistently supporting multiple regulations such as CCAR and Basel I, II & III and producing and reconciling different sets of reports such as FR Y-14, FFIEC101 and FR Y-9C.
To identify those BHCs with significant trading account assets, we use information from the Consolidated Financial Statements for Bank Holding Companies, the FR Y-9C quarterly reports filed by BHCs with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
No data related to financial holding companies and only some data on nonbanking activities were collected on the FR Y-9C report before implementation of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act in 2000.
According to the June 30, 2008 Consolidated Financial Statement for Bank Holding Companies - FR Y-9C filed with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Company reported a Tier 1 leverage ratio of 18.
banking firms in the memoranda of their quarterly regulatory FR Y-9C filings.
To resolve this potential issue, we match all owners to their CRSP PERMCO and FR Y-9C RSSD ID at each quarter.
This new report presents aggregate time-series data drawn primarily from regulatory reports submitted to the Federal Reserve each quarter by individual bank holding companies (the FR Y-9C and the FR Y-9LP).