On January 14, the Federal Reserve Board, the OCC, and the FDIC announced final changes to the Call Report to implement the Basel III capital standards and consumer data collection after delaying certain changes last year. The agencies now plan to implement in March 2014 the proposed reporting requirements for (i) depository institution trade names; (ii) a modified version of the reporting proposal pertaining to international remittance transfers; (iii) the proposed screening question about the reporting institution’s offering of consumer deposit accounts; and (iv) for institutions with $1 billion or more in total assets that offer such accounts, the proposed new data items on consumer deposit account balances. The agencies would then implement the proposed breakdown of consumer deposit account service charges in March 2015, but only for institutions with $1 billion or more in total assets that offer consumer deposit accounts. The proposed instructions for these new items also were revised. In addition, the agencies will not at this time proceed with the proposed annual reporting by institutions with a parent holding company that is not a bank or savings and loan holding company of the amount of the parent holding company’s consolidated total liabilities.