Call Report Preparation

Hybrid Event  
Thursday, February 23, 2023 - Friday, February 24, 2023   iCalendar Central Standard Time

Hybrid Delivery Options (select your preference when registering)
February 23 – IBA Center for Banking Excellence, Springfield OR Live-Streamed via Zoom
February 24 – Lewis University, Oak Brook
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

This seminar focuses on equipping community banks with the fundamental knowledge necessary for completing an accurate and efficient Call Report. The presentation will guide call report preparers through the complicated instructions and provide clarity to common reporting challenges. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of how the balance sheet schedules support and affect risk-weighted assets and regulatory capital calculations. Insights into current and upcoming revisions, accounting changes, how to get the most out of available technology tools, strategies for sharing preparation responsibilities, training a knowledgeable backup, and reporting challenges from changing regulatory rules. 


General Information Related to Call Report 

Review of Balance Sheet Schedules 
RC, Balance Sheet
RC-B, Securities
RC-C, Loans, and Leases
RC-F, Other Assets
RC-G, Other Liabilities
RC-K, Quarterly Averages
RC-L, Off-Balance Sheet Items
RC-M, Memoranda
RC-N, Past Due, and Non-Accrual Assets

Review of Regulatory Capital Schedules
RC-R Part I, Regulatory Capital Components
RC-R Part II, Risk-Weighted Assets

Review of Other Schedules
RC-E, Deposit Liabilities
RC-P, 1-4 Family Residential Mortgage Banking Activities (041)
RC-S, Servicing Securitization and Asset Sale Activities (041)
Schedule SU – Supplemental Information 

Review of Income Statement Schedules
RI, Report of Income
RI-A, Changes in Equity Capital 
RI-B, Charge-offs, and Recoveries on Loans and Leases
RI-E, Explanations

Other Call Report Topics
CECL impact on the Call Report
Data integrity and work papers
Technology and automation of the Call Report
Strategies for training a knowledgeable backup

Learning Objectives
After this seminar, participants should be able to:

  • Improve accuracy and efficiency in preparing your call report 
  • Recognize common call report preparation errors
  • Understand the benefits and pitfalls of using technology to assist in completing the call report
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the regulatory capital frameworks and calculations. 

Call report preparers and reviewers, including regulatory reporting specialists, staff accountants, controllers, internal auditors, CFOs, and financial analysts.

Danielle Heidemann (CIA) is a Manager in the Financial Services/Operations Performance practice at Wipfli LLP. As a Certified Internal Auditor with extensive experience in the financial service industry, Danielle specializes in process reviews, “lean” process improvements, and risk-based internal audits. She provides Call Report preparation assistance, reviews, and other consulting services to assist community banks with improving internal controls, efficiency, and profitability. 

Per Person Fee
IBA Member    $265
Nonmember    $445

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