On September 21, BPI submitted a comment letter to the Fed, OCC and FDIC responding to proposed reporting revisions to bank Call Reports. The letter requests that the agencies better align the Call Report and FR 2900 in light of recent revisions to both reports to reflect changes to Regulation D that remove the numeric limits on transfers and withdrawals from the definition of “savings deposits.
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