Kansas Bankers Association

2019 Call Report Review & Update

February 5
Hays - Rose Garden Banquet Hall, 2350 E. 8th Street
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February 6
Lawrence - DoubleTree by Hilton, 200 McDonald Drive
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Who Should Attend

Banks should train a preparer and a reviewer. Anyone responsible for preparing, auditing, or  5signing the call report will find this program valuable.  Annual training is highly recommended by bank regulators. Recommended for 6.5 hours CPE Credit.

Program Presenter

Ann Thomas has 30 years of experience in bank accounting and control. For 15 years she worked with Alexander & Leavelle, providing planning, financial reporting, regulatory reporting, and operational and compliance auditing services to over 90 independent banks. In 1998, she organized Thomas Consulting.

Program Content

The regulators are continuing their burden-reducing approach and have proposed several changes for the 2019 Call Report.

2019 Proposed Revisions

- Proposal to increase the small bank eligibility size from $1 billion in assets to $5 billion fo reporting of the FFIEC 051 form.

              - Proposal to make additional line items required semi-annually vs. quarterly, including the

                     RCR Pt II, lines 1-25, the detail reporting of both on and off-balance sheet risk weighting.

                     Total risk-weighted assets, however, will continue to be reported quarterly.

- Banks with assets of more than $1 billion will be required to report the consumer deposit detail information on balances and service charges in
        December only; schedule RIC semi-annually and RCO M2 quarterly.

             - FFIEC 041 and 051 schedule changes will address the broader scope of financial assets for which an allowance for credit losses must be established                       Under a CECL proposed notice of rulemaking, a bank may elect to phase in the regulatory capital impact of adopting CECL over a three-year period.

            - Changes to reporting of high volatility commercial real estate (HVCRE) exposures, as well as reciprocal deposits, were included in the June 2018 
                    supplemental instructions. 

Registration Fees

KBA Members: $225              
Non-member: $370

Add $25 if registering after January 26, 2019