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First Glance 12L

Posted August 23, 2016

The 2Q16 issue of First Glance 12L shows the District’s job growth strengthened real estate markets and boosted bank lending and net interest margins. However, liquidity and capital ratios tightened and commercial real estate loan concentrations expanded because loan growth outpaced increases in total assets, core deposits, and regulatory capital.

Banks at a Glance – Bank Profiles by State

Posted June 30, 2016

The 1Q16 Banks at a Glance reports are now available, highlighting key indicators of banking conditions within each of the nine states comprising the 12th Federal Reserve District.

First Glance 12L

Posted May 24, 2016

The 1Q16 issue of First Glance 12L shows the District’s economic and commercial bank performance remained sound. However, caution increased among equity and debt markets during 1Q16, crimping commercial mortgage securitization activity and venture capital deal volumes. Also, the authors noted that economic and banking statistics in most 12th District states have a history of above-average business cycle volatility.

Asia Focus

Posted May 20, 2016

This Asia Focus outlines the history of financial and banking reforms in Taiwan, analyzes problems that developed in the banking sector after liberalization, and evaluates current initiatives by regulators to address those problems.

Supervisory Spotlight

Posted March 4, 2016

This issue of Supervisory Spotlight highlights a variety of topics: the U.S. migration to chip cards, proposed changes to the accounting standard for loan and lease losses, the new and legacy flood insurance rules, and a reminder about the importance of quality loan growth and managing commercial real estate lending concentrations.

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Pacific Exchange Blog

Reducing Remittance Fees can Boost Asian Economies

Posted August 24, 2016

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Remittances exceeded $600 billion worldwide in 2015 with more than two-thirds going to developing countries. Developing Asia receives more remittances than any other region—roughly $200 billion—and in some countries remittances even exceed foreign direct investment inflows. Meanwhile, innovations in payment systems can reduce remittance fees dramatically, increasing the earnings sent back to migrants’ friends and families—and supporting economic growth in Asia.

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The Federal Reserve has never experienced a loss from discount window lending.

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ABOUT FINANCIAL INSTITUTION SUPERVISION AND CREDIT

Discount Window

Our primary credit lending program extends credit to depository institutions, helping to alleviate temporary liquidity strains. To borrow, an institution must have on file the necessary authorizing resolutions and adequate pre-approved eligible collateral.

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Asia Program

Home of the Pacific Exchange blog, Asia Program focuses on issues important to banking in Asia and the Pacific Rim.

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