Proposal for a New Data Collection FFIEC 051, Generally Applicable to Institutions with Domestic Offices Only and Assets of Less Than $1 Billion
The comment period expires October 14, 2016.
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Banking conditions were similar at both National and District levels in the first quarter 2016. Bank earnings weakened from 2015 levels, with slightly more banks experiencing a net loss. Problem assets remained near 2015 levels, with noncurrent commercial and industrial loans, and agricultural loans increasing. Lending continues to rise. Capital levels continued to increase in the first quarter 2016.
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Economic Review Michal Kowalik, Troy Davig, Charles S. Morris, and Kristen Regehr analyze the financial characteristics of acquired community banks from 2011 to 2014.
Research Working Paper The performance of FICO scores as measures of borrowers' creditworthiness on subprime mortgage originations remains stable over time after controlling for other loan attributes and changes in economic conditions.
Research Working Paper Banks' reliance on risky securitized assets to manage liquidity leads to liquidity crunches in interbank lending markets.
This basic guide is a reference source on banking and bank regulation for the public, bankers and banking supervisors. The book also shows the challenges that bankers and regulators face in maintaining a sound and innovative financial system.