Posts Tagged ‘FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report’

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Tools for Reporting with the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report

Previously, I outlined the data that can be reported with the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report. My next blog will review the tools that can be used to help with reporting. With the need to consolidate entities on a line-by-line basis and to report such a large amount of information, whether on a […]

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Data to Be Reported with the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report

In my last blog I discussed the consolidations required for success with the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report. My next blog will outline the data that can be reported. The FR 2052a report collects data for 10 distinct tables covering 115 product types, 14 counterparty types, 72 asset classes, and 75 maturity buckets […]

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Consolidating Institutions with the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report

In my last blog I outlined the recent changes to the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report. Now I want to discuss the consolidations required for success. The first challenge faced by institutions looking to comply with the new reporting requirements and thresholds is to determine which subsidiary institutions must be consolidated. As required […]

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Recent Changes to the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report

Previously, I discussed the history FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report. My next blog will outline the recent changes to the report. As allowed in the FR’s 2052a guidelines, the Federal Reserve has already requested that monthly filers submit FR 2052a data on a more frequent basis and altered the asset and liquidity thresholds […]

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[Guide] Breaking Down the FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report

The financial crisis of 2008 and 2009 highlighted the need for timely data to identify and monitor liquidity risks at individual firms, as well as in aggregate across the financial system, especially with respect to intra-company flows and exposures within a consolidated institution. Initially addressed through the Liquidity Coverage Ratio test, regulators soon recognized that […]