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Reporting Forms - FFIEC 002
Report of Assets and Liabilities
of U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks

FFIEC 002 March 2014 Reporting Form - current version (PDF)
FFIEC 002 Instructions - current version (last update March 2014) (PDF)

Individuals Responsible for Preparing the FFIEC 002, FFIEC 002S, and FFIEC 019 Reports (PDF)


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Description: This report is mandated by the International Banking Act (IBA) of 1978. It collects balance sheet and off-balance-sheet information, including detailed supporting schedule items, from all U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks.

Agency OMB Numbers:

FRB
7100-0032

Purpose: Federal supervisory agencies use this report for on-site examinations and for the analysis of the operations of foreign banks in the United States. Economists in the Federal Reserve System and in the private sector use the report for tracking market and credit conditions.

Background: Between November 1972 and February 1979, the number of U.S. domiciled foreign banking entities increased from 104 to 318, and total assets grew from $24.3 billion to $123.3 billion. Recognizing this growth, and the need for federal regulation and supervision of foreign banking entities, Congress passed the International Banking Act (IBA) of 1978, which authorized federal supervisory agencies, under the auspices of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), to issue a report of condition. The first FFIEC 002 report was filed for the period ending June 30, 1980.

Respondent Panel: The panel consists of all U.S. branches and agencies of foreign and Puerto Rican banks. Consolidation is allowed on request when two entities of the same foreign bank are located in the same metropolitan area and have the same insurance status. Participation is required.

Frequency: Quarterly, as of the last day of the quarter. However, supervisory agencies reserve the right to specify an alternative date at their option.

Public Release: Upon request, nonconfidential data for individual reports are released for a fee payable to the NTIS.

Historical Versions:
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Instructions for Preparation - revised June 2013 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised March 2013 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised June 2012 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised September 2011 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised June 2011 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised March 2011 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised December 2010 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised September 2010 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised September 2009 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised March 2009 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised December 2008 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised September 2008 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised June 2008 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised September 2006 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised March 2004 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised June 2003 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised March 2003 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised September 2002 (PDF)
Instructions for Preparation - revised September 2001 (PDF)