FDIC COVID Working 7 – Nonaccrual Status, Allowance for Credit Losses (ACL), … (ALLL), and Charge-offs. Do loans that receive payment accommodations have to be reported as nonaccrual, reflect appropriate ACL or ALLL, and be charged off?

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Q:   Nonaccrual Status, Allowance for Credit Losses (ACL), Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL), and Charge-offs. Do loans that receive payment accommodations have to be reported as nonaccrual, reflect appropriate ACL or ALLL, and be charged off?
 
A:   Each financial institution should refer to the applicable regulatory reporting instructions, as well as its internal accounting policies, in determining whether to report loans with accommodations to customers affected by COVID-19 as nonaccrual assets in regulatory reports. (See also the response to questions 3 and 5). Each institution should maintain an appropriate allowance allocation for these loans, considering all information available prior to filing its reports about their collectability. As information becomes available that indicates a specific loan will not be repaid, institutions should preserve the integrity of their internal loan grading methodology and maintain appropriate accrual status on affected credits. Financial institutions should refer to the charge-off guidance in the instructions for the Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income.
 
 
This Q&A was contained in the Frequently Asked Questions for Financial Institutions Affected by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Referred to as COVID-19) – As of March 3, 2021 (which may be updated from time to time).  This may be found on the FDIC’s website here:  https://www.fdic.gov/Coronavirus/faq-fi.pdf.
 

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