In an ever-changing regulatory and accounting environment, it is important that call report preparers and reviewers remain up to date. Attend this seminar for a detailed discussion of each call report schedule as well as the real-life challenges of completing an accurate call report.
To help explain the requirements, detailed examples are provided and there is an opportunity to ask questions specific to your situation.
Line-item detail review of the Call Report with an emphasis on those areas most pertinent to community banks.
Review of form FFIEC 051 and related instructions.
Review of Schedule RC-R, Regulatory Capital, and the capital conservation buffer.
Recent revisions of the Call Report and the implications.
Review of call report general instructions, line-item instructions, and other resources.
Accounting pronouncements and their effect on the Call Report.
Discussions regarding an efficient preparation of the Call Report.
Discussion of common errors and their resolution.
Sufficient time for questions and answers.
Early Bird Price (ends April 12, 2023): $595
ICBA Members: $695
For more information, call 800-422-7285.
Upon registration you will receive an email from ICBA confirming your registration, the dates of the event and a calendar invitation for the event. Approximately 1-2 weeks prior to the event start date, you will receive an email from an ICBA representative containing detailed information including event times and the meeting link.
Who should attend: Anyone who may have Call Report responsibilities
Prerequisites: No previous experience or training required
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
CPE Credit Hours: 9
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