FDIC COVID Operational 4 – First Quarter 2020 Regulatory Report Filings… What approach does the FDIC expect to take in situations where institutions affected by COVID-19 expect to encounter difficulty completing their March 31, 2020,...reports?

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Q:   First Quarter 2020 Regulatory Report Filings. The effects of COVID-19 may affect the ability of financial institutions to submit timely and accurate regulatory reports for March 31, 2020. These reports include bank Reports Condition and Income (Call Reports). What approach does the FDIC expect to take in situations where institutions affected by COVID-19 expect to encounter difficulty completing their March 31, 2020, regulatory reports?
 
A:   The FDIC understands that financial institutions may need additional time to submit certain regulatory reports in light of staffing priorities and disruptions caused by the COVID-19. The FDIC will not take action against any institution for submitting its March 31, 2020, Reports of Condition and Income (Call Reports) after the respective filing deadline, as long as the report is submitted within 30 days of the official filing date. FDIC-supervised institutions are encouraged to contact the FDIC in advance of the official filing date if they anticipate a delayed submission.
 
 
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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