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Wednesday, 31st March 2010

U.S. Gov Info: Banking Agencies Modernize Uniform Bank Performance Report (UBPR)

Banking Agencies Modernize Uniform Bank Performance Report (UBPR) by Moving Production and Distribution Processes To Central Data Repository

The federal banking agencies announced improvements in the production and distribution of the Uniform Bank Performance Report (UBPR) by transitioning these processes to the interagency Central Data Repository (CDR). Beginning today, UBPR data and reports are available to the public through the CDR Public Data Distribution (PDD) Web site.

The CDR calculates and distributes UBPR data in a more efficient and timely manner and provides users with expanded capabilities. The improvements include the availability of bulk UBPR data at no cost to the public; enhanced customer peer grouping functions; the provision of formula information in a machine-readable, open standard format; and more frequent UBPR data updates. Additionally, the CDR delivers all reports found on the current UBPR Web site, standardizes the format of each report, and significantly expands the range of information provided in the state average report.

The CDR PDD Web site currently provides users with quarterly bank Call Report data.

Users of UBPR data will be redirected from the current facility (www.ffiec.gov/ubpr.htm or
to the PDD site (cdr.ffiec.gov/public) automatically.

Source: Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council


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