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The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) requires all regulated banks and financial institutions to file quarterly reports called "Bank Call Reports". Also called FDIC Call Reports or FFIEC Call Reports, these reports provide essential information to regulators regarding the institution's overall financial health. Examples of what's included in Bank Call Reports are the bank's income statement, balance sheet, lending practices, deposit history, and investment information.

What Is A FFIEC Bank Call Report?

A FFIEC Bank Call Report is a report that must be filed by banks in the U.S. on a quarterly basis.

It includes the bank's income statement, balance sheet, loan information, deposit information, investment information, changes in the bank's capital, and other areas covering the bank's viability.

Call Report data serve a regulatory and public policy purpose by assisting the agencies in fulfilling their missions of ensuring the safety and soundness of financial institutions and the financial system and the protection of consumer financial rights.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is responsible for overseeing insured financial institution adherence to FFIEC reporting requirements, including the observance of all bank regulatory agency rules and regulations, accounting principles and pronouncements adopted by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and all other matters relating to a call report submission.

What Are The Bank Call Report Requirements? How Do I Complete The FFIEC Bank Call Report?

The FFIEC Call Report must be submitted to include the bank's income statement, balance sheet, loan information, deposit information, operational schedules, loan schedules, maturity, loan classification requirements of RC-C, reporting of charge-offs and recoveries, past due loans, off balance sheet items, repricing, filing deadlines, and interest rate risk reporting, and risk-based capital under the Basel III rules.

The Benefits Of Our BSA AML Call Report Training Programs

Bank call report instructions can be confusing — but knowing how to execute the task correctly is essential for meeting the stringent compliance requirements. Our Call Report training courses will help you learn the classification priorities for reporting loan information correctly. Learn when to code the loan based on borrower, when to code based on collateral, and when to code based on purpose!

What You'll Learn From Our BSA AML Training Courses For Bank Call Reports

The Bank Training Center offers several training courses that help you to understand the Bank Call Report forms, reports, and Bank Call Report instructions, including:
  • RC-C, Loan Classification
  • RC-C M1, Restructured Loans
  • RC-C, Part II, Loans to Small Businesses and Small Farms
  • RC-K, Loan Quarter to Date Averages
  • RC-L, Unused Commitments, Letters of Credit
  • RC-M, Loans to Insiders
  • RC-N, Past Due and Non-accrual Loans
  • RC-R, Risk Weighting Loans
  • RI-B, Charge-Offs and Recoveries
  • How and when to code loans based on borrower, purpose, or collateral
  • What qualifies as real estate collateral
  • When to report a non-farm, non-residential secured loan as owner occupied

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About The BSA AML Bank Call Report Requirements

Loan information on the FFIEC Bank Call Report provides critical credit information for regulators, especially in today's environment where examiners review BSA AML call report schedules in much more detail than in the past as the rules for schedule RC-C dictate how loans are to be reported on all loan schedules, including the income statement, charge-offs and recoveries, averages, past-dues, and non-accruals. The FDIC is in charge of oversight of the compliance with the various Call Report filing requirements. According to the FDIC, Call Reports are the source of the most current statistical data available for identifying areas of focus for on-site examinations and off-site monitoring. Agencies use Call Report data to evaluate the corporate applications of institutions, and to calculate the deposit insurance assessments of institutions and the semiannual assessment fees of national banks and federal savings associations. Call Report data serve a regulatory and public policy purpose by assisting the agencies in fulfilling their missions of ensuring the safety and soundness of financial institutions and the financial system and the protection of consumer financial rights, as well as agency-specific missions affecting national and state-chartered institutions, e.g., monetary policy, financial stability, and deposit insurance. Call Report data are also used by the public, state banking authorities, researchers, bank rating agencies, and the academic community. Bank Training Center Can Meet All Your Training Requirements Whether you're looking for the latest call report instructions or need other banking regulatory information, you've come to the right place. is the one-stop training resource for today's banking professionals. Besides comprehensive call report training, we also cover timely, relevant topics such as the Bank Secrecy Act, Fraud Prevention, Cyber Security, and much more. Whether you're looking to enhance your professional development or meet compliance requirements, you'll find the program that's right for you. We also offer a variety of formats to provide maximum flexibility to our students. Depending on the program, you can access the material via online webinars and courses, offline publications, in-person seminars, or audio presentations. Below are just a few of our Call Report training courses.

Recommended Call Report Training Courses - Get Details On The Call Report Forms And The Call Report Codes

Below are some specifics on some of our best-selling Call Report training courses that cover specific information on Call Report forms, codes, and other Call Report instructions. For more details, simply click the applicable link.
  • Bank Call Report Preparation For Beginners If you're looking for an answer to the question, "How do I fill out a call report?" this comprehensive program for beginners will get you started on the right foot. Our five-part course covers all the essential fundamentals, such as the general reporting guidelines, loan classification and balance sheet reporting requirements, risk-based capital and much more. Completing the program will allow you to approach the call report process with a higher level of confidence.
  • RC-C Loan Codes For The Call Report Designed for experienced bank Call Report preparers, auditors, and reviewers, this course focuses on the Call Report codes and the four risk-based capital loan categories, as well as vital information, such as how and when to code loans and risk-based capital loans as they apply to balance sheet information. After completing the course, you'll know how to classify priorities for reporting loan information correctly.Call Report Training
  • Call Report For Banks: Basel III & Other Recent Changes The banking bill recently signed into law by President Donald Trump includes several updates that impact the bank call report requirements. This course will help you get up to speed on the latest burden reducing updates to the FFIEC 051 and 041 forms, risk-based capital approved changes, updates to the HVCRE definition and much more.
  • Call Report: Lending Schedules For Banks This informative webinar will help you understand the classification priority for reporting loan information properly, as well as how to accurately report interest rate lock and unused commitments and insider loans. Completing this call report training session will help to ensure you're providing all the essential information required by regulators — and bolster your compliance efforts.
To find other Bank Call Report training courses, either select a Recommended Course from the list above, or select "Call Reports" and your state from the "Professional Development" section of the search box. Order your call reporting training program of choice today — and feel free to contact us online if you have questions or need additional information.
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