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FR 2225 Annual Daylight Overdraft Capital Report for U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks
The FR 2225 report requests information needed to identify the foreign bank respondent and its fiscal year-end and to determine its capital and assets for purposes of daylight overdraft monitoring. The capital and assets items include the following: capital for the foreign bank parent, capital used by any direct or indirect subsidiary of the respondent that has its own net debit cap, the foreign bank's worldwide capital base calculation, the bank's worldwide assets, and the exchange rate used in the calculation.