Federal Reserve Board Announces Annual Indexing Of Reserve Requirement Exemptions

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On November 5, the Federal Reserve Board announced the annual indexing of the amounts used in determining reserve requirements of depository institutions and deposit reporting panels effective in 2014. The Board amended Regulation D to (i) set the amount of total reservable liabilities of each depository institution that is subject to a zero percent reserve requirement in 2014 at $13.3 million (from $12.4 million in 2013) and (ii) set the amount of net transaction accounts at each depository institution (over the reserve requirement exemption amount) that is subject to a three percent reserve requirement in 2014 at $89.0 million (from $79.5 million in 2013). These are known as the reserve requirement exemption amount and the low reserve tranche, respectively. The new exemption amount and low reserve tranche will apply to the 14-day reserve maintenance period that begins January 23, 2014. For depository institutions that report deposit data weekly, this maintenance period corresponds to the 14-day computation period that begins Tuesday, December 24, 2013. For depository institutions that report deposit data quarterly, this maintenance period corresponds to the seven-day computation period that begins Tuesday, December 17, 2013. The Board also announced changes in the nonexempt deposit cutoff level and the reduced reporting limit, which are used to determine the frequency with which depository institutions must submit deposit reports.


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