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FFIEC CDR PDD -
Call Report/TFR Data
FFIEC: Consolidated RC & RI -
RC & RI Report Forms
& User Guides
Instructions & Forms
Call Reports are available, beginning with the March 31, 2001 reports, through the
Central Data Repository Public Data Distribution (CDR PDD)
site, located at
effective with the March 31, 2007 quarter. Call Report data will now be available,
through the new site, as early as the next day after the close of each reporting
quarter. Call data for most banks will be available approximately 45 days after
the close of each quarter. For additional information, please access the CDR PDD
This site contains instructional and other pertinent topical material. Every National Bank, State Member Bank and insured Nonmember Bank is required by the Federal Financial Institution Examination Council (FFIEC) to file consolidated Reports of Condition and Income (Call Report) as of the close of business on the last day of each calendar quarter, i.e. the report date. The specific reporting requirements depend upon the size of the bank and whether or not it has any foreign offices. Call Report instructions and forms can be obtained from the Call Report Instructions and Forms.
With the implementation of the Dodd Frank Act and the sunset of the OTS on July
21, 2011, all thrift institutions are required to submit Call Reports instead of
TFR effective March 2012. Information regarding Thrift Financial Reports may be found on
the OCC web site.
For questions regarding Thrift Financial Reports,
please submit your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note - If you have questions about the financial data or any other information reported on any of the reports, please contact the financial institution directly.
If you have specific questions regarding a schedule or line item, direct your
questions to the appropriate agency noted below:
Other sites containing relevant regulatory information and analysis can be obtained from the following web address: http://www.fdic.gov/about/contact/ask/otheragencies.html. This site includes links to the other FFIEC agency members: The Federal Reserve Board (which regulates State Member Banks), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (which regulates National Banks), and the National Credit Union Administration (which regulates federally-insured credit unions).
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