Bank Call Report Preparation for Beginners - Five Part Webinar

This 5 part webinar series will be held on July 28, August 4, 11, 18, 25 from 2:30pm-4:30pm ET.

This five part webinar is designed for bankers who are new to call report preparation and also OTS bankers who recently began filing a Call Report. The series will cover recent changes to the Call Report, basic reporting requirements, schedules that can be prepared using the general ledger and investment reports, loan schedules, maturity and repricing, and risk based capital. There will be exercises designed to reinforce the classification of balance sheet and income statement items, as well as classification requirements for loans.

Covered Topics:

The first webinar will explain general reporting requirements, including consolidation rules, filing deadlines, procedures, and call report resources. In addition, the income statement schedules, RI, RI-A, and RI-E, which can be prepared using the general ledger, will be covered. At the end of the session an exercise on the income statement classifications will be provided.

The second webinar will cover the reporting requirements for the balance sheet schedules that can be prepared using the bank's general ledger and investment reports, including RC, RC-B, RC-E, RC-F, RC-G, RC-K, and RC-O. An exercise on the balance sheet and income statement schedules will be provided.

The third webinar will cover the loan classification requirements of RC-C, reporting of charge-offs and recoveries, past due loans, and off balance sheet items. An exercise on loan coding will be provided.

The forth webinar will cover interest rate risk reporting, and the remaining call report schedules: RC-M, RC-Q, RC-S, RC-T, RC-U, and RC-V.

The final webinar will cover risk based capital as well as any proposed changes to the 2014 Call Report. There will also be a discussion of the 2015 Basel III changes to risk based capital.

Who Should Attend?

This series is designed for bankers who have a year or less experience in call report preparation experience as well as OTS bankers who recently converted to the call report.