27 Jun 2023 20:24

CBR resumes publication of monthly reporting forms for banks

MOSCOW. June 27 (Interfax) - The Central Bank of Russia (CBR) resumed publication of reporting forms for banks, which was suspended in 2022 due to sanctions risks, the regulator said in a statement.

This will increase the transparency of the banking sector as a whole and individual credit institutions for customers, partners, experts and investors, the Central Bank said.

The following reporting forms for May 2023 have been published on the CBR's website:

turnover statement data (Form 101);

calculation of capital (Form 123);

mandatory ratios (Form 135).

In July, the Central Bank plans to resume publishing quarterly reports on financial results (Form 102) and quarterly reporting forms for banking groups: consolidated balance sheet, consolidated report on financial results, calculation of capital and banking group ratios (Forms 802, 803 and 805).

In order to protect banks and their counterparties from possible additional sanctions pressure, the reporting will be published with the exception of sensitive information; with only certain indicators disclosed on a number of forms.