FSR and ABA Comment on the FR Y-14 Reporting Process

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As regulatory reporting requirements become more complex, the Associations believe that adherence to some basic guiding principles would benefit both reporting companies and the Board. The Associations believe that both the Board and reporting companies would benefit if the Board developed and then adopted a set of guiding principles to govern regulatory reporting requirements going forward. Such principles would provide a framework for the reporting process that minimizes confusion and facilitates the submission of reliable, quality data.

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