12 CFR 914.1 - Regulatory Report defined.

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§ 914.1 Regulatory Report defined.
(a) Definition. Regulatory Report means any report of raw or summary data needed to evaluate the safe and sound condition and operations of a Bank or to determine compliance with any:
(1) Provision in the Act or other law, order, rule, or regulation;
(2) Condition imposed in writing by the Finance Board in connection with the granting of any application or other request by a Bank; or
(3) Written agreement entered into between the Finance Board and a Bank.
(b) Examples. Regulatory Report includes:
(1) Call reports and reports of instrument-level risk modeling data;
(2) Reports related to a Bank's housing mission achievement, such as reports related to AMA, AHP, CIP, and other CICA programs; and
(3) Reports submitted in response to requests to one or more Banks for information on a nonrecurring basis.

Title 12 published on 2015-01-01.

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