17 CFR § 210.9-03 - Balance sheets.
The purpose of this rule is to indicate the various items which, if applicable, should appear on the face of the balance sheets or in the notes thereto.
1. Cash and due from banks. The amounts in this caption should include all noninterest bearing deposits with other banks.
(a) Any withdrawal and usage restrictions (including requirements of the Federal Reserve to maintain certain average reserve balances) or compensating balance requirements should be disclosed (see § 210.5-02-1).
2. Interest-bearing deposits in other banks.
3. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under resale agreements or similar arrangements.
4. Trading account assets. Include securities or any other investments held for trading purposes only.
5. Other short-term investments.
6. Investment securities Include securities held for investment only. Disclose the aggregate book value of investment securities; show on the balance sheet the aggregate market value at the balance sheet date. The aggregate amounts should include securities pledged, loaned or sold under repurchase agreements and similar arrangements; borrowed securities and securities purchased under resale agreements or similar arrangements should be excluded.
7. Loans. Disclose separately (1) total loans, (2) the related allowance for losses and (3) unearned income.
(i) As of each balance sheet date, disclose in a note the aggregate dollar amount of loans (exclusive of loans to any such persons which in the aggregate do not exceed $60,000 during the latest year) made by the registrant or any of its subsidiaries to directors, executive officers, or principal holders of equity securities (§ 210.1-02) of the registrant or any of its significant subsidiaries (§ 210.1-02), or to any associate of such persons. For the latest fiscal year, an analysis of activity with respect to such aggregate loans to related parties should be provided. The analysis should include the aggregate amount at the beginning of the period, new loans, repayments, and other changes. (Other changes, if significant, should be explained.)
(ii) This disclosure need not be furnished when the aggregate amount of such loans at the balance sheet date (or with respect to the latest fiscal year, the maximum amount outstanding during the period) does not exceed 5 percent of stockholders equity at the balance sheet date.
(2) If a significant portion of the aggregate amount of loans outstanding at the end of the fiscal year disclosed pursuant to (e)(1)(i) above relates to loans that are disclosed as past due, nonaccrual or troubled debt restructurings in the consolidated financial statements, so state and disclose the aggregate amounts of such loans along with such other information necessary to an understanding of the effects of the transactions on the financial statements.
(3) Notwithstanding the aggregate disclosure called for by paragraph (e)(1) of this section, if any loans were not made in the ordinary course of business during any period for which a statement of comprehensive income is required to be filed, provide an appropriate description of each such loan.
(4) Definition of terms. For purposes of this rule, the following definitions shall apply:
Associate means (i) a corporation, venture or organization of which such person is a general partner or is, directly or indirectly, the beneficial owner of 10 percent or more of any class of equity securities; (ii) any trust or other estate in which such person has a substantial beneficial interest or for which such person serves as trustee or in a similar capacity and (iii) any member of the immediate family of any of the foregoing persons.
Executive officers means the president, any vice president in charge of a principal business unit, division or function (such as loans, investments, operations, administration or finance), and any other officer or person who performs similar policymaking functions.
Immediate Family means such person's spouse; parents; children; siblings; mothers and fathers-in-law; sons and daughters-in-law; and brothers and sisters-in-law.
Ordinary course of business means those loans which were made on substantially the same terms, including interest rate and collateral, as those prevailing at the same time for comparable transactions with unrelated persons and did not involve more than the normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features.
8. Premises and equipment.
9. Due from customers on acceptances. Include amounts receivable from customers on unmatured drafts and bills of exchange that have been accepted by a bank subsidiary or by other banks for the account of a subsidiary and that are outstanding - that is, not held by a subsidiary bank, on the reporting date. (If held by a bank subsidiary, they should be reported as “loans” under § 210.9-03.7.)
10. Other assets. Disclose separately on the balance sheet or in a note thereto any of the following assets or any other asset the amount of which exceeds thirty percent of stockholders equity. The remaining assets may be shown as one amount.
(2) Other intangible assets (net of amortization).
(3) Investments in and indebtedness of affiliates and other persons.
(4) Other real estate.
(a) Disclose in a note the basis at which other real estate is carried. A reduction to fair market value from the carrying value of the related loan at the time of acquisition shall be accounted for as a loan loss. Any allowance for losses on other real estate which has been established subsequent to acquisition should be deducted from other real estate. For each period for which a statement of comprehensive income is required, disclosures should be made in a note as to the changes in the allowances, including balance at beginning and end of period, provision charged to income, and losses charged to the allowance.
11. Total assets.
12. Deposits. Disclose separately the amounts of noninterest bearing deposits and interest bearing deposits.
13. Short-term borrowing. Disclosure separately on the balance sheet or in a note, amounts payable for (1) Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase; (2) commercial paper, and (3) other short-term borrowings.
(a) Disclose any unused lines of credit for short-term financing: (§ 210.5-02.19(b)).
14. Bank acceptances outstanding. Disclose the aggregate of unmatured drafts and bills of exchange accepted by a bank subsidiary, or by some other bank as its agent, less the amount of such acceptances acquired by the bank subsidiary through discount or purchase.
15. Other liabilities. Disclose separately on the balance sheet or in a note any of the following liabilities or any other items which are individually in excess of thirty percent of stockholders' equity (except that amounts in excess of 5 percent of stockholders' equity should be disclosed with respect to item (4)). The remaining items may be shown as one amount.
(1) Income taxes payable.
(2) Deferred income taxes.
(4) Indebtedness to directors, executive officers, and principal holders of equity securities of the registrant or any of its significant subsidiaries (the guidance in § 210.9-03.7(e) shall be used to identify related parties for purposes of this disclosure).
(5) Accounts payable and accrued expenses.
16. Long-term debt. Disclose in a note the information required by § 210.5-02.22.
17. Commitments and contingent liabilities.
18. Preferred stocks subject to mandatory redemption requirements or whose redemption is outside the control of the issuer. See § 210.5-02.27.
19. Preferred stocks which are not redeemable or are redeemable solely at the option of the issuer. See § 210.5-02.28.
20. Common stocks. See § 210.5-02.29.
21. Other stockholders' equity. See § 210.5-02.30.
22. Noncontrolling interests in consolidated subsidiaries. The disclosure requirements of § 210.5-02.31 shall be followed.
23. Total liabilities and equity.
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