17 CFR 240.17i-6 - Reporting requirements for supervised investment bank holding companies.

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§ 240.17i-6 Reporting requirements for supervised investment bank holding companies.
(a) Monthly and quarterly reports. The supervised investment bank holding company shall file:
(1) A report as of the end of each month, filed not later than 30 calendar days after the end of the month, Except that the monthly report need not be filed for a month-end that coincides with a fiscal quarter-end. The monthly report shall include:
(i) A consolidated balance sheet and income statement (including notes to the financial statements) and statements of allowable capital and allowances for market, credit, and operational risk computed pursuant to § 240.17i-7 for the affiliate group, Except that the consolidated balance sheet and income statement for the first month of the fiscal year may be filed at a time to which the Commission agrees (when making a determination pursuant to § 240.17i-2(d)(2));
(ii) A graph reflecting, for each business line, the daily intra-month Value at Risk;
(iii) Consolidated credit risk information, including:
(A) Aggregate current exposure and current exposures (including commitments) for the 15 largest exposures listed by counterparty;
(B) Aggregate maximum potential exposure and maximum potential exposures for the 15 largest exposures listed by counterparty; and
(C) A summary report reflecting the geographic distribution of the supervised investment bank holding company's exposures, on a consolidated basis, for each of the top ten countries to which it is exposed (by residence of the main operating group of the counterparty); and
(iv) Certain risk reports the supervised investment bank holding company regularly provides to the persons responsible for managing risk for the affiliate group that the Commission may request from time to time.
(2) A report as of the end of each fiscal quarter, filed not later than 35 calendar days after the end of the quarter, which shall include (except as provided in paragraph (a)(3) below):
(i) The information contained in the monthly report, as set forth in paragraph (1) above;
(ii) A consolidating balance sheet and income statement for the affiliate group, which shall break out information regarding each material affiliate into separate columns, but may consolidate information regarding affiliate group entities that are not material affiliates into one column;
(iii) The results of backtesting of all models used to compute allowable capital and allowances for market and credit risk indicating, for each model, the number of backtesting exceptions;
(iv) A description of all material pending legal or arbitration proceedings involving the supervised investment bank holding company or any member of the affiliate group that are required to be disclosed by the supervised investment bank holding company under generally accepted accounting principles; and
(v) The aggregate amount of unsecured borrowings and lines of credit, segregated into categories, scheduled to mature within twelve months from the most recent fiscal quarter as to each material affiliate.
(3) For a quarter-end that coincides with the supervised investment bank holding company's fiscal year-end, the supervised investment bank holding company need not include in its filing consolidated and consolidating balance sheets and income statements.
(b) Organizational chart. The supervised investment holding company shall file, concurrently with its quarterly report for the quarter-end that coincides with the supervised investment bank holding company's fiscal year-end, an organizational chart, as of the investment bank holding company's fiscal year end. Quarterly updates should be provided where a material change in the information provided to the Commission has occurred.
(c) Additional reports. Upon receiving notice from the Commission, the supervised investment bank holding company shall file other information as the Commission may request in order to monitor the supervised investment bank holding company's financial or operational condition, risk management system, and transactions and relationships among members of the affiliate group.
(d) Annual audit report.
(1) A supervised investment bank holding company shall file an annual audit report as of the end of the supervised investment bank holding company's fiscal year, that includes:
(i) Consolidated financial statements (including notes to the financial statements) for the supervised investment bank holding company. The audited financial statements must include a supporting schedule containing statements of allowable capital and allowances for market, credit and operational risk computed in accordance with § 240.17i-7. The audit must be conducted by a registered public accounting firm (as that term is defined at 15 U.S.C. 7201(a)(12)) in accordance the rules promulgated by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board; and
(ii) A supplemental report entitled “Accountant's Report on Internal Risk Management Control System” prepared by the registered public accounting firm (as that term is defined at 15 U.S.C. 7201(a)(12)) indicating the results of the accountant's review of the internal risk management control system established and documented by the supervised investment bank holding company in accordance with § 240.17i-4 and utilized by the affiliate group. This review must be conducted by the accountant in accordance with procedures agreed to by the supervised investment bank holding company and the accountant conducting the review. The agreed-upon procedures are to be performed and the report is to be prepared in accordance with the rules promulgated by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. The purpose of the review is to confirm that the internal risk management control system complies with the requirements of § 240.17i-4 and that the supervised investment bank holding company and its affiliate group are adhering to the requirements of that internal risk management control system. The supervised investment bank holding company must file, prior to the commencement of the review, the procedures for conducting the audit agreed to by the supervised investment bank holding company and the accountant (pursuant to paragraph (d)(1) of this section). Prior to the commencement of each subsequent review, the supervised investment bank holding company shall file with the Commission a notice of any changes to the agreed-upon procedures.
(2) Annual audit reports prepared pursuant to this paragraph (d) shall be prepared as of the same date as the annual audit of the supervised investment bank holding company's affiliated broker or dealer.
(3) Annual audit reports prepared pursuant to this paragraph (d) shall be filed not later than 65 calendar days after the end of the fiscal year.
(e) Consolidating Balance Sheet and Income Statement. The supervised investment bank holding company shall file, concurrently with the annual audit report, an unaudited consolidating balance sheet and income statement, as of the supervised investment bank holding company's fiscal year-end, for the affiliate group.
(f) Extensions and exemptions. Upon the written request of the supervised investment bank holding company, or on its own motion, the Commission may conditionally or unconditionally grant or deny an extension of time or an exemption from any of the requirements of paragraphs (a) through (e) of this section to the extent that such exemption or extension of time is necessary or appropriate in the public interest or for the protection of investors.
(g) When filed. The reports required to be filed pursuant to this section shall be considered filed when two copies are received at the Commission's principal office in Washington, DC. The copies shall be addressed to the Division of Market Regulation, Office of Financial Responsibility.
(h) Confidentiality. All reports and statements filed by the supervised investment bank holding company with the Commission pursuant to this section shall be accorded confidential treatment to the extent permitted by law.
[69 FR 34494, June 21, 2004]

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