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Accounting Standards Update 2010-20
July 2010
Receivables (Topic 310)
Disclosures about the Credit Quality of Financing Receivables and the Allowance for Credit Losses
An Amendment of the FASB Accounting Standards Codification
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Summary

Why Is the FASB Issuing This Accounting Standards Update (Update)?

The main objective in developing this Update is to provide financial statement users with greater transparency about an entity's allowance for credit losses and the credit quality of its financing receivables. In the aftermath of the global economic crisis, effective financial reporting has become the subject of worldwide attention, with a focus on the urgent need for improved accounting standards in a number of areas, including financial instruments. This Update is intended to provide additional information to assist financial statement users in assessing an entity's credit risk exposures and evaluating the adequacy of its allowance for credit losses. Currently, a high threshold for recognition of credit impairments impedes timely recognition of losses. The FASB recently issued an Exposure Draft of a proposed Accounting Standards Update, Accounting for Financial Instruments and Revisions to the Accounting for Derivative Instruments and Hedging Activities: Financial Instruments (Topic 825) and Derivatives and Hedging (Topic 815), that would remove that threshold.

Who Is Affected by the Amendments in This Update?

The amendments in this Update apply to all entities, both public and nonpublic. The amendments in this Update affect all entities with financing receivables, excluding short-term trade accounts receivable or receivables measured at fair value or lower of cost or fair value. The extent of the effect depends on the relative significance of financing receivables to an entity's operations and financial position. For example, traditional banking-type institutions that currently measure a large number of financing receivables at amortized cost will be affected to a greater extent than brokers and dealers in securities and investment companies that currently measure most financing receivables at fair value. The effect likely will be less significant for many commercial and industrial entities whose financing receivables are primarily short-term trade accounts receivable.

What Are the Main Provisions?

The objective of the amendments in this Update is for an entity to provide disclosures that facilitate financial statement users' evaluation of the following:
  1. The nature of credit risk inherent in the entity's portfolio of financing receivables
  2. How that risk is analyzed and assessed in arriving at the allowance for credit losses
  3. The changes and reasons for those changes in the allowance for credit losses.
To achieve the above objective, an entity should provide disclosures on a disaggregated basis. The amendments in this Update define two levels of disaggregation—portfolio segment and class of financing receivable. A portfolio segment is defined as the level at which an entity develops and documents a systematic method for determining its allowance for credit losses. Classes of financing receivables generally are a disaggregation of portfolio segment. The amendments in this Update provide additional implementation guidance to determine the appropriate level of disaggregation of information.
Existing disclosures are amended to require an entity to provide the following disclosures about its financing receivables on a disaggregated basis:
  1. A rollforward schedule of the allowance for credit losses from the beginning of the reporting period to the end of the reporting period on a portfolio segment basis, with the ending balance further disaggregated on the basis of the impairment method
  2. For each disaggregated ending balance in item (1) above, the related recorded investment in financing receivables
  3. The nonaccrual status of financing receivables by class of financing receivables
  4. Impaired financing receivables by class of financing receivables.
The amendments in this Update require an entity to provide the following additional disclosures about its financing receivables:
  1. Credit quality indicators of financing receivables at the end of the reporting period by class of financing receivables
  2. The aging of past due financing receivables at the end of the reporting period by class of financing receivables
  3. The nature and extent of troubled debt restructurings that occurred during the period by class of financing receivables and their effect on the allowance for credit losses
  4. The nature and extent of financing receivables modified as troubled debt restructurings within the previous 12 months that defaulted during the reporting period by class of financing receivables and their effect on the allowance for credit losses
  5. Significant purchases and sales of financing receivables during the reporting period disaggregated by portfolio segment.

How Do the Main Provisions Differ from Current U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Why Are They an Improvement?

The amendments in this Update enhance disclosures about the credit quality of financing receivables and the allowance for credit losses. As noted above, existing disclosure guidance is amended to require an entity to provide a greater level of disaggregated information about the credit quality of its financing receivables and its allowance for credit losses. In addition, the amendments in this Update require an entity to disclose credit quality indicators, past due information, and modifications of its financing receivables. These improvements will help financial statement users assess an entity's credit risk exposures and its allowance for credit losses.

When Will the Amendments Be Effective?

For public entities, the disclosures as of the end of a reporting period are effective for interim and annual reporting periods ending on or after December 15, 2010. The disclosures about activity that occurs during a reporting period are effective for interim and annual reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2010.
For nonpublic entities, the disclosures are effective for annual reporting periods ending on or after December 15, 2011.
The amendments in this Update encourage, but do not require, comparative disclosures for earlier reporting periods that ended before initial adoption. However, an entity should provide comparative disclosures for those reporting periods ending after initial adoption.

How Do the Provisions Compare with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)?

The disclosures required by the amendments in this Update are similar, but not identical, to those required by IFRS 7, Financial Instruments: Disclosures. However, the scope of IFRS 7 includes all financial instruments, not just financing receivables and the allowance for credit losses. The FASB decided to limit the scope of this Update because it does not want to delay the improved transparency in an entity's financial statements about the allowance for credit losses and the credit quality of financing receivables.
The FASB and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) currently have a joint project on accounting for financial instruments, including disclosures.

Amendments to the FASB Accounting Standards Codification™

Introduction

1. The Accounting Standards Codification is amended as described in paragraphs 2–34. In some cases, not only are the amended paragraphs shown but also the preceding and following paragraphs are shown to put the change in context. Terms from the Master Glossary are in bold type. Added text is underlined, and deleted text is
struck out
.

Amendments to Master Glossary

2. Add the following new Master Glossary terms to Subtopic 310-10, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows. Also add the new Master Glossary term Financing Receivable to Subtopics 310-40, 840-30, and 270-10.
Class of Financing Receivable
A group of financing receivables determined on the basis of all of the following:
  1. Initial measurement attribute (for example, amortized cost or purchased credit impaired)
  2. Risk characteristics of the financing receivable
  3. An entity's method for monitoring and assessing credit risk.
See paragraphs 310-10-55-16 through 55-18 and 310-10-55-22.
Credit Quality Indicator
A statistic about the credit quality of financing receivables.
Financing Receivable
A financing arrangement that has both of the following characteristics:
a. It represents a contractual right to receive money in either of the following ways:
1. On demand
2. On fixed or determinable dates.
b. It is recognized as an asset in the entity's statement of financial position.
See paragraphs 310-10-55-13 through 55-15 for more information on the definition of financing receivable, including a list of items that are excluded from the definition (for example, debt securities).
Portfolio Segment
The level at which an entity develops and documents a systematic methodology to determine its allowance for credit losses. See paragraphs 310-10-55-21 through 55-22.

Amendments to Subtopic 310-10

3. Even though many of the paragraphs in Subtopic 310-10 are not amended, the Subtopic is reproduced here to provide a better context to the amendments.
Receivables—Overall
Overview and Background
General
310-10-05-1 The Receivables Topic includes the following Subtopics:
  1. Overall
  2. Nonrefundable Fees and Other Costs
  3. Loans and Debt Securities Acquired with Deteriorated Credit Quality
  4. Troubled Debt Restructurings by Creditors.
310-10-05-2
The Overall Subtopic establishes general guidance for receivables. The guidance is presented in the following two Subsections:
  1. General
  2. Acquisition, Development, and Construction Arrangements.
310-10-05-3
The General Subsections provide guidance on a variety of accounting issues related to receivables. The following paragraphs provide background information on types of receivables addressed in the General Subsections.
> Receivables in General
310-10-05-4 Receivables may arise from credit sales, loans, or other transactions. Receivables may be in the form of loans, notes, and other types of financial instruments and may be originated by an entity or purchased from another entity.
> Standby Commitments to Purchase Loans
310-10-05-5 Entities sometimes enter into forward standby commitments to purchase loans at a stated price in return for a standby commitment fee. In such an arrangement, settlement of the standby commitment is at the option of the seller of the loans and would result in delivery to the entity only if the contract price equals or exceeds the market price of the underlying loan or security on the settlement date. A standby commitment differs from a mandatory commitment in that the entity assumes all the market risks of ownership but shares in none of the rewards. A standby commitment is, in substance, a written put option that will be exercised only if the value of the loans is less than or equal to the strike price.
> Factoring Arrangements
310-10-05-6 Factoring arrangements are a means of discounting accounts receivable on a nonrecourse, notification basis. Accounts receivable are sold outright, usually to a transferee (the factor) that assumes the full risk of collection, without recourse to the transferor in the event of a loss. Debtors are directed to send payments to the transferee.
> Rebates
310-10-05-7 Rebates represent refunds of portions of the precomputed finance charges on installment loans or trade receivables, if applicable, that occur when payments are made ahead of schedule. Rebate calculations generally are governed by state laws and may differ from unamortized finance charges on installment loans or trade receivables because many states require rebate calculations to be based on the Rule of 78s or other methods instead of the interest method.
4. Amend paragraph 310-10-15-2, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
Scope and Scope Exceptions
General
> Entities
310-10-15-1 The guidance in the General Subsections applies to all entities.
> Transactions
310-10-15-2 The guidance in the General Subsections applies to a variety of instruments and transactions, including the following:
  1. Trade accounts receivable
  2. Loans
  3. Loan syndications
  4. Factoring arrangements
  5. Standby letters of
    credit.
    credit
  6. Financing receivables.
310-10-15-3
The guidance in the General Subsections does not apply to the following transactions and activities:
  1. Mortgage banking activities (as described in paragraph 948-10-05-4)
  2. A contract that is required to be accounted for as a derivative instrument under Subtopic 815-10. For example, paragraph 815-10-15-70 states that commitments to purchase or sell mortgage loans or other types of loans at a future date shall be evaluated under the definition of a derivative instrument to determine whether Subtopic 815-10 applies.
5. Amend paragraph 310-10-35-11, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
Subsequent Measurement
General
> > Losses from Uncollectible Receivables
310-10-35-11 The inability to make a reasonable estimate of the amount of loss from uncollectible receivables (that is, failure to satisfy the condition in paragraph 450-20-25-2(b)) precludes accrual and may, if there is significant uncertainty as to collection, suggest that the installment method, the cost recovery method, or some other method of revenue recognition be used. See paragraphs 605-10- 25-3 through 25-4 for further guidance.
In addition, see Section 310-10-50 for a related disclosure requirement for this situation.
6. Amend paragraph 310-10-50-1, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
Disclosure
General
310-10-50-1 This Subsection provides the following disclosure guidance for receivables, off-balance-sheet credit exposures, and foreclosed and repossessed assets:
  1. Accounting policies for loans
    Loans
    and trade receivables
  2. Assets serving as collateral
  3. Nonaccrual and past due
    loans and trade
    financing receivables
  4. Accounting policies for
    credit losses and doubtful accounts
    off-balance-sheet credit exposures
  5. Foreclosed and repossessed assets
  6. Allowance for credit losses
    related to loans
  7. Impaired loans
  8. Loss contingencies
  9. Risks and uncertainties
  10. Fair value
    disclosures.
    disclosures
  11. Credit quality information
  12. Modifications.
7. Add paragraph 310-10-50-1A and amend its related heading, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Accounting Policies for Loans and Trade Receivables
310-10-50-1A The guidance in paragraphs 310-10-50-2 through 50-4A applies only to the following financing receivables:
  1. Loans
  2. Trade receivables.
8. Amend paragraphs 310-10-50-2 and 310-10-50-4, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
310-10-50-2 The summary of significant accounting policies shall include the following:
  1. The basis for accounting for
    loans,
    loans and trade receivables
    , and lease financings, including those classified as held for sale
  2. The method used in determining the lower of cost or fair value of nonmortgage loans held for sale (that is, aggregate or individual asset basis)
  3. The classification and method of accounting for interest-only strips, loans, other receivables, or retained interests in securitizations that can be contractually prepaid or otherwise settled in a way that the holder would not recover substantially all of its recorded investment
  4. The method for recognizing interest income on loan and trade receivables, including a statement about the entity's policy for treatment of related fees and costs, including the method of amortizing net deferred fees or costs.
310-10-50-3 If major categories of loans or trade receivables are not presented separately in the balance sheet (see paragraph 310-10-45-2), they shall be presented in the notes to the financial statements.
310-10-50-4 The allowance for credit losses
losses,
(also referred to as the allowance for doubtful
accounts,
accounts) and, as applicable, any unearned income, any unamortized premiums and discounts, and any net unamortized deferred fees and costs, shall be disclosed in the financial statements.
9. Add paragraph 310-10-50-4A, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
310-10-50-4A Except for credit card receivables, an entity shall disclose its policy for charging off uncollectible trade accounts receivable that have both of the following characteristics:
  1. They have a contractual maturity of one year or less
  2. They arose from the sale of goods or services.
> Assets Serving as Collateral
310-10-50-5 For required disclosures of the carrying amount of loans, trade receivables, securities and financial instruments that serve as collateral for borrowings, see paragraph 860-30-50-1A.
10. Add paragraphs 310-10-50-5A through 50-5B and amend their related heading, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Nonaccrual and Past Due
Loans and Trade
Financing Receivables
310-10-50-5A The guidance in paragraphs 310-10-50-6 through 50-8 does not apply to loans acquired with deteriorated credit quality (accounted for under Subtopic 310-30).
310-10-50-5B The guidance in paragraphs 310-10-50-6 through 50-7A shall be provided by class of financing receivable except for the following financing receivables:
a. Receivables measured at fair value with changes in fair value reported in earnings
b. Receivables measured at lower of cost or fair value
c. Trade accounts receivable, except for credit card receivables, that have both of the following characteristics:
1. They have a contractual maturity of one year or less
2. They arose from the sale of goods or services.
11. Amend paragraphs 310-10-50-6 through 50-7, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
310-10-50-6 An entity's
The
summary of significant accounting policies for financing receivables shall include all of the following:
  1. The policy for placing financing
    loans and trade
    receivables, if applicable, on nonaccrual status (or discontinuing accrual of interest)
  2. The policy for recording payments received on nonaccrual
    loans and trade
    financing receivables, if applicable
  3. The policy for resuming accrual of interest
  4. Subparagraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update 2010-20.
    The policy for charging off uncollectible loans and trade receivables
  5. The policy for determining past due or delinquency status.
    status (that is,
    whether past due status is based on how recently payments have been received or contractual terms)
310-10-50-7 An entity shall provide both of the
The
following disclosures related to nonaccrual and past due financing receivables as of each balance sheet date
loans and trade receivables are also required
:
  1. The recorded investment in
    loans and trade receivables, if applicable,
    financing receivables on nonaccrual status
    as of each balance sheet date
  2. The recorded investment in
    loans and trade receivables, if applicable,
    financing receivables past due 90 days or more and still accruing.
12. Add paragraphs 310-10-50-7A through 50-7B, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
310-10-50-7A An entity shall provide an analysis of the age of the recorded investment in financing receivables at the end of the reporting period that are past due, as determined by the entity's policy.
310-10-50-7B The guidance in paragraph 310-10-50-7A does not apply to the following financing receivables:
a. Receivables measured at fair value with changes in fair value reported in earnings
b. Receivables measured at lower of cost or fair value
c. Except for credit card receivables, trade accounts receivable that have both of the following characteristics:
1. They have a contractual maturity of one year or less
2. They arose from the sale of goods or services.
310-10-50-8 For trade receivables that do not accrue interest until a specified period has elapsed, nonaccrual status would be the point when accrual is suspended after the receivable becomes past due.
13. Amend paragraph 310-10-50-9 through 50-10 and its related heading, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Accounting Policies for
Credit Losses and Doubtful Accounts
Off-Balance-Sheet Credit Exposures
310-10-50-9 In addition to disclosures required by
this Subsection and
Subtopic 450-20, an entity shall disclose a description of the accounting policies and methodology the entity used to estimate its
allowance for loan losses, allowance for doubtful accounts, and any
liability for off-balance-sheet credit
losses
exposures and related charges for those credit exposures
for loan, trade receivable or other credit losses in the notes to the financial statements
. Such a description shall identify the factors that influenced management's judgment (for example, historical losses and existing economic conditions), and a
may also include
discussion of risk elements relevant to particular categories of financial instruments.
310-10-50-10 Off-balance-sheet credit
losses
exposures refers to
losses
credit exposures on off-balance-sheet loan commitments, standby letters of credit, financial guarantees, and other similar instruments, except for instruments within the scope of
Subtopic
Topic 815
-10
.
14. Add paragraphs 310-10-50-11A through 50-11C and amend their related heading, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Foreclosed and Repossessed Assets
310-10-50-11 Paragraph 310-10-45-3 states that foreclosed and repossessed assets included in other assets on the balance sheet shall have separate disclosures in the notes to financial statements.
> Allowance for Credit Losses Related to Financing Receivables
Loans
310-10-50-11A The guidance in paragraph 310-10-50-11B does not apply to the following financing receivables:
  1. Financing receivables listed in paragraph 310-10-50-7B
  2. Lessor's net investments in leveraged leases.
310-10-50-11B An entity shall disclose all of the following by portfolio segment:
a. A description of the entity's accounting policies and methodology used to estimate the allowance for credit losses, including all of the following:
1. A description of the factors that influenced management's judgment, including both of the following:
i. Historical losses
ii. Existing economic conditions.
2. A discussion of risk characteristics relevant to each portfolio segment
3. Identification of any changes to the entity's accounting policies or methodology from the prior period and the entity's rationale for the change.
b. A description of the policy for charging off uncollectible financing receivables
c. The activity in the allowance for credit losses for each period, including all of the following:
1. The balance in the allowance at the beginning and end of each period
2. Current period provision
3. Direct write-downs charged against the allowance
4. Recoveries of amounts previously charged off.
d. The quantitative effect of changes identified in item (a)(3) on item (c)(2)
e. The amount of any significant purchases of financing receivables during each reporting period
f. The amount of any significant sales of financing receivables or reclassifications of financing receivables to held for sale during each reporting period
g. The balance in the allowance for credit losses at the end of each period disaggregated on the basis of the entity's impairment method
h. The recorded investment in financing receivables at the end of each period related to each balance in the allowance for credit losses, disaggregated on the basis of the entity's impairment methodology in the same manner as the disclosure in item (g).
310-10-50-11C To disaggregate the information required by items (g) and (h) in the preceding paragraph on the basis of the impairment methodology, an entity shall separately disclose the following amounts:
  1. mounts collectively evaluated for impairment (determined under Subtopic 450-20)
  2. Amounts individually evaluated for impairment (determined under Section 310-10-35)
  3. Amounts related to loans acquired with deteriorated credit quality (determined under Subtopic 310-30).
15. Supersede paragraphs 310-10-50-12 through 50-13, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
310-10-50-12 Paragraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update 2010-20.
For each period for which results of operations are presented, a creditor shall
disclose the activity in the total allowance for credit losses related to loans,
including the balance in the allowance at the beginning and end of each period,
additions charged to operations, direct write-downs charged against the
allowance, and recoveries of amounts previously charged off.
310-10-50-13 Paragraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update 2010-20.
Paragraph 310-10-35-34 explains that the total allowance for credit losses
related to loans includes those amounts that have been determined in
accordance with Subtopic 450-20 and with this Subtopic.
310-10-50-14 Asset valuation allowances required by paragraph 310-10-45-4 shall have an appropriate disclosure.
16. Add paragraph 310-10-50-14A and amend paragraph 310-10-50-15, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Impaired Loans
310-10-50-14A For each class of financing receivable, an entity shall disclose both of the following for loans that meet the definition of an impaired loan in paragraphs 310-10-35-16 through 35-17 (individually evaluated for impairment):
  1. The accounting for impaired loans
  2. The amount of impaired loans.
310-10-50-15 An entity
A creditor
shall disclose
, either in the body of the financial
statements or in the accompanying notes,
all of the following information about loans that meet the definition of an impaired loan in paragraphs 310-10-35-16 through 35-17 by class of financing receivable:
a. As of the date of each statement of financial position
presented,
presented:
the total recorded investment in the impaired loans at the end of each period and both of the following:
1. Subparagraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update 2010-20.
The amount of that recorded investment for which there is a
related allowance for credit losses determined in accordance with
Section 310-10-35 and the amount of that allowance
2. Subparagraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update 2010-20.
The amount of that recorded investment for which there is no
related allowance for credit losses determined in accordance with
3. The recorded investment in the impaired loans and both of the following:
i. The amount of that recorded investment for which there is a related allowance for credit losses determined in accordance with Section 310-10-35 and the amount of that allowance
ii. The amount of that recorded investment for which there is no related allowance for credit losses determined in accordance with Section 310-10-35.
4. The total unpaid principal balance of the impaired loans.
b. The entity's
creditor's
policy for recognizing interest income on impaired loans, including how cash receipts are recorded
c. For each period for which results of operations are
presented,
presented:
1. The
the
average recorded investment in the impaired loans
during each period,
2. The
the
related amount of interest income recognized during the time within that period that the loans were impaired
, and,
3.
unless not practicable, the
The amount of interest income recognized using a cash-basis method of accounting during the time within that period that the loans were impaired, if practicable.
d. The entity's policy for determining which loans the entity assesses for impairment under Section 310-10-35
e. The factors considered in determining that the loan is impaired.
310-10-50-16
Those disclosures shall be provided for impaired loans that have been charged off partially. Those disclosures cannot be provided for loans that have been charged off fully because both the recorded investment and the allowance for credit losses will equal zero.
17. Amend paragraph 310-10-50-17, with no link to a transition paragraph, as follows:
310-10-50-17 This guidance does not specify how a creditor shall
should
calculate the average recorded investment in the impaired loans during the reporting period. A creditor shall
should
develop an appropriate method for that calculation. Averages based on month-end balances may be considered an appropriate method.
310-10-50-18 Information about loans meeting the scope of Subtopic 310-30 shall be included in the disclosures required by paragraph 310-10-50-15(a) through (b) if the condition in paragraphs 320-10-35-18 through 35-34 or 450-20-25-2(a), as discussed in paragraphs 310-30-35-8(a) and 310-30-35-10(a), is met.
310-10-50-19 Paragraphs 310-10-45-5 through 45-6 explains that a creditor that measures impairment based on the present value of expected future cash flows is permitted to report the entire change in present value as bad-debt expense but may also report the change in present value attributable to the passage of time as interest income. Creditors that choose the latter alternative shall disclose the amount of interest income that represents the change in present value attributable to the passage of time.
18. Amend paragraphs 310-10-50-20 through 50-21, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
310-10-50-20 The following table summarizes the scope of the disclosure requirements in paragraph 310-10-50-15.
> Loss Contingencies
310-10-50-21 Paragraph 450-20-50-3 provides disclosure guidance for circumstances in which no accrual is made for a loss contingency because one or both of the conditions in paragraph 450-20-25-2 (probable and reasonably estimated) are not met, or if an exposure to loss exists in excess of the amount accrued pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 450-20-25-2. The disclosures required by paragraphs 450-20-50-3 through 50-6 do not apply to loss contingencies arising from an entity's estimation of its allowance for credit losses.
19. Supersede paragraphs 310-10-50-22 through 50-23, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
310-10-50-22 Paragraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update 2010-20.
Paragraph 460-10-50-2 states that an entity shall disclose certain loss
contingencies even though the possibility of loss may be remote and cites
specific examples.
310-10-50-23 Paragraph superseded by Accounting Standards Update 2010-20.
As discussed in paragraph 310-10-35-11, an entity's inability to make a reasonable estimate of the amount of loss from uncollectible receivables (that is, failure to satisfy the condition in paragraph 450-20-25-2(b)), precludes accrual and may, if there is significant uncertainty as to collection, suggest that the installment method, the cost recovery method, or some other method of revenue recognition be used. (See paragraph 605-10-25-4 for further guidance.) In addition, the disclosures required by paragraphs 450-20-50-3 through 50-6 shall be made.
310-10-50-24 See Section 450-20-50 for further guidance on required disclosures for loss contingencies.
> Risks and Uncertainties
310-10-50-25 Certain loan products have contractual terms that expose entities to risks and uncertainties that fall into one or more categories, as discussed in paragraph 275-10-50-1. See Section 275-10-50 for disclosure guidance related to those loan products.
20. Amend paragraph 310-10-50-26, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Fair Value Disclosures
310-10-50-26 Section 825-10-50 provides guidance on the required disclosure of fair values of certain assets and liabilities. Paragraph 825-10-50-14 explains that, for trade receivables and payables, no disclosure is required under that Subtopic if
Topic when
the carrying amount approximates fair value.
21. Add paragraphs 310-10-50-27 through 50-34 and their related headings, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Credit Quality Information
310-10-50-27 The guidance in paragraphs 310-10-50-28 through 50-30 does not apply to the financing receivables listed in paragraph 310-10-50-7B.
310-10-50-28 An entity shall provide information that enables financial statement users to do both of the following:
  1. Understand how and to what extent management monitors the credit quality of its financing receivables in an ongoing manner
  2. Assess the quantitative and qualitative risks arising from the credit quality of its financing receivables.
310-10-50-29 To meet the objective in the preceding paragraph, an entity shall provide quantitative and qualitative information by class about the credit quality of financing receivables, including all of the following:
  1. A description of the credit quality indicator
  2. The recorded investment in financing receivables by credit quality indicator
  3. For each credit quality indicator, the date or range of dates in which the information was updated for that credit quality indicator.
310-10-50-30 If an entity discloses internal risk ratings, then the entity shall provide qualitative information on how those internal risk ratings relate to the likelihood of loss.
> Modifications
310-10-50-31 Except as noted in the following paragraph, the guidance in paragraphs 310-10-50-33 through 50-34 applies only to a creditor's troubled debt restructurings of financing receivables. For purposes of this disclosure guidance, a creditor's modification of a lease receivable that meets the definition of a troubled debt restructuring is subject to this disclosure guidance.
310-10-50-32 This guidance does not apply to troubled debt restructurings of either of the following:
  1. Financing receivables listed in paragraph 310-10-50-7B
  2. Loans acquired with deteriorated credit quality (determined under Subtopic 310-30) that are accounted for within a pool.
310-10-50-33 For each period for which a statement of income is presented, an entity shall disclose the following about troubled debt restructurings of financing receivables that occurred during the period:
a. By class of financing receivable, qualitative and quantitative information, including both of the following:
1. How the financing receivables were modified
2. The financial effects of the modifications.
b. By portfolio segment, qualitative information about how such modifications are factored into the determination of the allowance for credit losses.
310-10-50-34 For each period for which a statement of income is presented, an entity shall disclose the following for financing receivables modified as troubled debt restructurings within the previous 12 months and for which there was a payment default during the period:
a. By class of financing receivable, qualitative and quantitative information about those defaulted financing receivables, including both of the following:
1. The types of financing receivables that defaulted
2. The amount of financing receivables that defaulted.
b. By portfolio segment, qualitative information about how such defaults are factored into the determination of the allowance for credit losses.
Implementation Guidance and Illustrations
General
> Implementation Guidance
> > Diagram of Loan Impairment Guidance
310-10-55-1 The following diagram illustrates the application of loan impairment guidance discussed in Section 310-10-35.
> Illustrations
> > Example 1: Application of Loan Impairment Guidance to a Loan Portfolio
22. Amend paragraphs 310-10-55-2 through 55-3, with no link to a transition paragraph, as follows:
310-10-55-2 This Example illustrates the guidance in paragraphs 310-10-35-13 through 35-24 and 310-10-35-34. Entity A (a bank) has 20 loans (not considered smaller-balance) to businesses in a town in which
where
the principal employer is a major corporation. Some of the loans are secured by bonds or real estate, others are unsecured. The major corporation went bankrupt and fired all of its workers. Entity A concludes that the loss of that employer has had a dire effect on the economic health of the community and its businesses. Entity A decides to review all 20 of the loans individually.
310-10-55-3 Two of the loans are not performing, and Entity A concludes that it is probable it will be unable to collect all of the cash flows on those loans as scheduled. Another five borrowers have approached Entity A for a concession, but those discussions are incomplete. Based on all available information, Entity A concludes that each of those five loans also is impaired. Entity A is unable to identify any other individual loan among the remaining 13 for which
where
it is probable that it will not collect all of the cash flows.
310-10-55-4 Entity A would measure impairment on the seven loans that are individually impaired using a method permitted by Section 310-10-35, as appropriate for the loan. Entity A would consider all available information to measure the amount of the loss including the value of any collateral. If the value of the collateral, less selling costs, exceeds the recorded investment in the loan, no allowance would be provided. Entity A would consider its own experience or, to the extent relevant, the industry's collection experience in similar situations as part of the available information. In doing so, Entity A would consider the effect of information it possesses about the current economic downturn in making its best estimate of expected future cash flows for those seven loans.
310-10-55-5 Entity A would then assess whether it is probable that any loss has been incurred on the remaining 13 loans. If three of those loans are fully collateralized, no allowance should be provided under Subtopic 450-20 for those loans and they should be excluded from the assessment of the remaining 10 loans. Entity A would consider the effect of the current economic downturn to assess whether a loss has been incurred in that group of loans at the balance sheet date and to estimate the amount of loss. In doing so, Entity A would consider its historical loss experience in collecting loans in similar situations, such as the typical recovery rate, including amount and timing. However, the use of historical statistics alone would be inappropriate if the nature of the loans or current environmental conditions differ from those on which the statistics were based. Any allowance that is recorded under that Subtopic must be reasonably estimable and supported by an analysis of all available and relevant information about circumstances that exist at the balance sheet date.
310-10-55-6 The total allowance for the 20 loans should be the sum of the above components. A total allowance greater than the sum of the above components would be excessive. A total allowance less than the sum of the above components would be inadequate.
23. Add paragraphs 310-10-55-7 through 50-22 and their related headings, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> > Example 2: Disclosures about Credit Quality and the Allowance for Credit Losses
310-10-55-7 The following table illustrates certain of the disclosures required by paragraph 310-10-50-11B(c), (g), and (h).
[Note: For ease of readability, the tables are not underlined as new text.]
310-10-55-8 The following table illustrates certain of the disclosures required by paragraph 310-10-50-29(b).
310-10-55-9 The following table illustrates certain of the disclosures required by paragraphs 310-10-50-7(b) and 310-10-50-7A.
310-10-55-10 The following table illustrates certain of the disclosures required by paragraph 310-10-50-15.
310-10-55-11 The following table illustrates certain of the disclosures required by paragraph 310-10-50-7(a).
310-10-55-12 The following table illustrates certain of the disclosures required by paragraphs 310-10-50-33 through 50-34.
> > Meaning of Financing Receivable
310-10-55-13 This implementation guidance addresses the meaning of the term financing receivable.
310-10-55-14 All of the following are examples of financing receivables:
a. Loans
b. Trade accounts receivable
c. Notes receivable
d. Credit cards
e. Receivables relating to a lessor's right(s) to payment(s) from a lease other than an operating lease that should be recognized as assets in accordance with the following paragraphs:
1. Paragraph 840-30-25-8 (for leveraged leases)
2. Paragraph 840-30-25-7 (for direct financing leases)
3. Paragraph 840-30-25-6 (for sales-type leases).
310-10-55-15 None of the following meet the definition of financing receivables:
a. Debt securities within the scope of Topic 320 (see the guidance beginning in paragraph 320-10-15-5)
b. Unconditional promises to give (for example, contributions receivable) that should be recognized as an asset in accordance with paragraphs 958-605-25-7 through 25-15
c. Both of the following instruments, which are within the scope of Subtopic 325-40:
1. A transferor's interests in securitization transactions that are accounted for as sales under Topic 860
2. Purchased beneficial interests in securitized financial assets.
For related guidance, see paragraph 325-40-15.
> > Application of the Definition of Class of Financing Receivable
310-10-55-16 This implementation guidance addresses application of the term class of financing receivable. An entity should base its principal determination of class of financing receivable on both of the following:
a. Initial measurement attribute. Classes should first segregate financing receivables on the basis of the model under which they were initially recorded, such as any of the following:
1. Amortized cost
2. Loans acquired with deteriorated credit quality (accounted for in accordance with Subtopic 310-30).
b. Entity assessment. Classes should secondarily be disaggregated to the level that an entity uses when assessing and monitoring the risk and performance of the portfolio for various types of financing receivables.This assessment should consider the risk characteristics of the financing receivables.
310-10-55-17 In determining the appropriate level of its internal reporting to use as a basis for disclosure, an entity should consider the level of detail needed by a user to understand the risks inherent in the entity's financing receivables. An entity could further disaggregate its financing receivables portfolio by considering numerous factors.Examples of factors that the entity should consider include any of the following:
a. Categorization of borrowers, such as any of the following:
1. Commercial loan borrowers
2. Consumer loan borrowers
3. Related party borrowers.
b. Type of financing receivable, such as any of the following:
1. Mortgage loans
2. Credit card loans
3.Interest-only loans
4. Finance leases.
c. Industry sector, such as either of the following:
1. Real estate
2. Mining.
d. Type of collateral, such as any of the following:
1. Residential property
2, Commercial property
3. Government-guaranteed collateral
4. Uncollateralized (unsecured) financing receivables.
e. Geographic distribution, including both of the following:
1. Domestic
2. International.
An entity also may consider factors related to concentrations of credit risk as discussed in Section 825-10-55.
310-10-55-18 Classes of financing receivables generally are a disaggregation of a portfolio segment. For determining the appropriate classes of financing receivables that are related to a portfolio segment, the portfolio segment is the starting point with further disaggregation in accordance with the guidance in paragraphs 310-10-55-16 through 55-17. The determination of class for financing receivables that are not related to a portfolio segment (because there is no associated allowance) also should be based on the guidance in those paragraphs.
> > Meaning of Credit Quality Indicator
310-10-55-19 This implementation guidance addresses application of the term credit quality indicator. Examples of credit quality indicators include all of the following:
  1. Consumer credit risk scores
  2. Credit-rating-agency ratings
  3. An entity's internal credit risk grades
  4. Loan-to-value ratios
  5. Collateral
  6. Collection experience
  7. Other internal metrics.
310-10-55-20 An entity should use judgment in determining the appropriate credit quality indicator for each class of financing receivables. As of the balance sheet date, the entity should use the most current information it has obtained for each credit quality indicator.
> > Meaning of Portfolio Segment
310-10-55-21 This implementation guidance addresses the meaning of the term portfolio segment. All of the following are examples of portfolio segments:
  1. Type of financing receivable
  2. Industry sector of the borrower
  3. Risk rate(s).
> > Determining Class of Financing Receivable and Portfolio Segment
310-10-55-22 A creditor should determine, in light of the facts and circumstances, both of the following:
  1. How much detail it must provide to satisfy the requirements of Section 310-10-50
  2. How it disaggregates information into classes for assets with different risk characteristics.
A creditor must strike a balance between obscuring important information as a result of too much aggregation and overburdening financial statements with excessive detail that may not assist financial statement users to understand the entity's financing receivables and allowance for credit losses. For example, a creditor should not obscure important information by including it with a large amount of insignificant detail. Similarly, a creditor should not disclose information that is so aggregated that it obscures important differences between the different types of financing receivables and associated risks.
24. Add paragraph 310-10-65-2 and its related heading as follows:
> Transition Related to Accounting Standards Update No. 2010-20, Receivables (Topic 310): Disclosures about the Credit Quality of Financing Receivables and the Allowance for Credit Losses
310-10-65-2 The following represents the transition and effective date information related to Accounting Standards Update No. 2010-20, Receivables (Topic 310): Disclosures about the Credit Quality of Financing Receivables and the Allowance for Credit Losses:
a. For public entities:
1. The pending content that links to this paragraph for disclosures as of the end of a reporting period shall be effective for the first interim or annual reporting period ending on or after December 15, 2010.
2. The pending content that links to this paragraph for disclosures about activity that occurs during a reporting period is effective for the first interim or annual reporting period beginning on or after December 15, 2010.
b. For nonpublic entities, the pending content that links to this paragraph shall be effective for the first annual reporting period ending on or after December 15, 2011.
c. An entity shall provide comparative disclosures for each reporting period ending after initial adoption.

Amendments to Subtopic 310-40

25. Add paragraph 310-40-50-1A, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10- 65-2, as follows:
Receivables—Troubled Debt Restructurings by Creditors
Disclosure
General
> Creditor Disclosure of Troubled Debt Restructurings
310-40-50-1 As of the date of each balance sheet presented, a creditor shall disclose, either in the body of the financial statements or in the accompanying notes, the amount of commitments, if any, to lend additional funds to debtors owing receivables whose terms have been modified in troubled debt restructurings.
310-40-50-1A For guidance on the disclosures about modifications of financing receivables, see paragraphs 310-10-50-31 through 50-34.
310-40-50-2 Information about an impaired loan that has been restructured in a troubled debt restructuring involving a modification of terms need not be included in the disclosures required by paragraphs 310-10-50-15(a) and 310-10-50-15(c) in years after the restructuring if both of the following conditions exist:
  1. The restructuring agreement specifies an interest rate equal to or greater than the rate that the creditor was willing to accept at the time of the restructuring for a new loan with comparable risk.
  2. The loan is not impaired based on the terms specified by the restructuring agreement.
310-40-50-3 That exception shall be applied consistently for paragraph 310-10-50-15(a) and 310-10-50-15(c) to all loans restructured in a troubled debt restructuring that meet the criteria in the preceding paragraph.
310-40-50-4 Usually, a loan whose terms are modified in a troubled debt restructuring already will be identified as impaired. However, if the creditor has written down a loan and the measure of the restructured loan is equal to or greater than the recorded investment, no impairment would be recognized in accordance with this Topic. The creditor is required to disclose the amount of the write-down and the recorded investment in the year of the write-down but is not required to disclose the recorded investment in that loan in later years if the two criteria of paragraph 310-40-50-2 are met.
26. Amend paragraphs 310-40-50-5 through 50-6, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
> Loan Restructured Into Two (or More) Loan Agreements
310-40-50-5 When a loan is restructured in a troubled debt restructuring into two (or more) loan agreements, the restructured loans shall be considered separately when assessing the applicability of the disclosures in paragraph 310-10-50-15
paragraphs 310-10-50-15(a) and 310-10-50-15(c),
in years after the restructuring because they are legally distinct from the original loan. The creditor would continue to base its measure of loan impairment on the contractual terms specified by the original loan agreement in accordance with paragraphs 310-10-35-20 through 35-26 and 310-10-35-37.
> Summary of Scope of Disclosure Requirements
310-40-50-6 See paragraph 310-10-50-20 for a table that summarizes the scope of the disclosure requirements in paragraph 310-10-50-15
310-10-50-15(a)
.

Amendments to Subtopic 840-30

27. Add paragraphs 840-30-50-4A and 840-30-50-5A, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
Leases—Capital Leases
Disclosure
Lessors
> Sales-Type Leases and Direct Financing Leases
840-30-50-4 If leasing, exclusive of leveraged leasing, is a significant part of the lessor's business activities in terms of revenue, net income, or assets, all of the following information with respect to sales-type and direct financing leases shall be disclosed in the financial statements or footnotes:
a. All of the following components of the net investment in sales-type and direct financing leases as of the date of each balance sheet presented:
1. Future minimum lease payments to be received, with separate deductions for both of the following:
i. Amounts representing executory costs (including any profit thereon) included in the minimum lease payments
ii. The accumulated allowance for uncollectible minimum lease payments receivable.
2. The unguaranteed residual values accruing to the benefit of the lessor
3. For direct financing leases only, initial direct costs
4. Unearned income (see paragraphs 840-30-30-9 and 840-30-30-13).
b. Future minimum lease payments to be received for each of the five succeeding fiscal years as of the date of the latest balance sheet presented
c. Total contingent rentals included in income for each period for which an income statement is presented.
Example 1 (see paragraph 840-10-55-47) illustrates certain disclosures.
840-30-50-4A For guidance on disclosures about financing receivables, which includes receivables relating to a lessor's rights to payments from sales-type and direct financing leases, see the guidance beginning in paragraphs 310-10-50-5A, 310-10-50-11A, 310-10-50-27, and 310-10-50-31.
> Leveraged Leases
840-30-50-5 If leveraged leasing is a significant part of the lessor's business activities in terms of revenue, net income, or assets, the components of the net investment balance in leveraged leases as set forth in paragraph 840-30-25-8 shall be disclosed in the footnotes to financial statements.
840-30-50-5A For guidance on disclosures about financing receivables, which include receivables relating to a lessor's rights to payments from leveraged leases, see the guidance beginning in paragraphs 310-10-50-5A, 310-10-50-27, and 310-10-50-31.
840-30-50-6 If accounting for the effect on leveraged leases of the change in tax rates results in a significant variation from the customary relationship between income tax expense and pretax accounting income and the reason for that variation is not otherwise apparent, the lessor shall disclose the reason for that variation.

Amendments to Subtopic 270-10

28. Amend paragraph 270-10-50-1, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
Interim Reporting—Overall
Disclosure
270-10-50-1 Many publicly traded companies report summarized financial information at periodic interim dates in considerably less detail than that provided in annual financial statements. While this information provides more timely information than would result if complete financial statements were issued at the end of each interim period, the timeliness of presentation may be partially offset by a reduction in detail in the information provided. As a result, certain guides as to minimum disclosure are desirable. (It should be recognized that the minimum disclosures of summarized interim financial data required of publicly traded companies do not constitute a fair presentation of financial position and results of operations in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles [GAAP]). If publicly traded companies report summarized financial information at interim dates (including reports on fourth quarters), the following data should be reported, as a minimum:
a. Sales or gross revenues, provision for income taxes, extraordinary items (including related income tax effects), net income, and comprehensive income
b. Basic and diluted earnings per share data for each period presented, determined in accordance with the provisions of Topic 260
c. Seasonal revenue, costs or expenses (see paragraph 270-10-45-11)
d. Significant changes in estimates or provisions for income taxes (see paragraphs 740-270-30-2, 740-270-30-6, and 740-270-30-8)
e. Disposal of a component of an entity and extraordinary, unusual or infrequently occurring items (see paragraphs 270-10-45-11A and 270-10-50-5)
f. Contingent items (see paragraph 270-10-50-6)
g. Changes in accounting principles or estimates (see paragraphs 270-10-45-12 through 45-16)
h. Significant changes in financial position (see paragraph 270-10-50-4)
i. All of the following information about reportable operating segments determined according to the provisions of Topic 280, including provisions related to restatement of segment information in previously issued financial statements:
1. Revenues from external customers
2. Intersegment revenues
3. A measure of segment profit or loss
4. Total assets for which there has been a material change from the amount disclosed in the last annual report
5. A description of differences from the last annual report in the basis of segmentation or in the measurement of segment profit or loss
6. A reconciliation of the total of the reportable segments' measures of profit or loss to the entity's consolidated income before income taxes, extraordinary items, and discontinued operations. However, if, for example, an entity allocates items such as income taxes and extraordinary items to segments, the entity may choose to reconcile the total of the segments' measures of profit or loss to consolidated income after those items. Significant reconciling items shall be separately identified and described in that reconciliation.
j. All of the following information about defined benefit pension plans and other defined benefit postretirement benefit plans, disclosed for all periods presented pursuant to the provisions of Subtopic 715-20:
1. The amount of net periodic benefit cost recognized, for each period for which a statement of income is presented, showing separately the service cost component, the interest cost component, the expected return on plan assets for the period, the gain or loss component, the prior service cost or credit component, the transition asset or obligation component, and the gain or loss recognized due to a settlement or curtailment
2. The total amount of the employer's contributions paid, and expected to be paid, during the current fiscal year, if significantly different from amounts previously disclosed pursuant to paragraph 715-20-50-1. Estimated contributions may be presented in the aggregate combining all of the following:
i. Contributions required by funding regulations or laws
ii. Discretionary contributions
iii. Noncash contributions.
k. The information about the use of fair value to measure assets and liabilities recognized in the statement of financial position pursuant to paragraphs 820-10-50-1 through 50-6
l. The information about derivative instruments as required by Sections 815-10-50, 815-20-50, 815-25-50, 815-30-50, and 815-35-50
m. The information about fair value of financial instruments as required by Section 825-10-50
n. The information about certain investments in debt and equity securities as required by Sections 320-10-50 and 942-320-50
o. The information about other-than-temporary impairments as required by Sections 320-10-50, 325-20-50, and 958-320-50
958-320-50.
p. All of the following information about the credit quality of financing receivables and the allowance for credit losses determined in accordance with the provisions of Topic 310:
1. Nonaccrual and past due financing receivables (see paragraphs 310-10-50-5A through 50-7B)
2. Allowance for credit losses related to financing receivables (see paragraphs 310-10-50-11A through 50-11C)
3. Impaired loans (see paragraphs 310-10-50-14A through 50-15)
4. Credit quality information related to financing receivables (see paragraphs 310-10-50-27 through 50-30)
5. Modifications of financing receivables (see paragraphs 310-10-50-31 through 50-34).
If summarized financial data are regularly reported on a quarterly basis, the foregoing information with respect to the current quarter and the current year-to-date or the last 12 months to date should be furnished together with comparable data for the preceding year.

Amendments to Section 450-20-50

29. Add paragraph 450-20-50-2A, with a link to transition paragraph 310-10-65-2, as follows:
Contingencies—Loss Contingencies
Disclosure
> Accruals for Loss Contingencies
450-20-50-1 Disclosure of the nature of an accrual made pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 450-20-25-2, and in some circumstances the amount accrued, may be necessary for the financial statements not to be misleading. Terminology used shall be descriptive of the nature of the accrual, such as estimated liability or liability of an estimated amount. The term reserve shall not be used for an accrual made pursuant to paragraph 450-20-25-2; that term is limited to an amount of unidentified or unsegregated assets held or retained for a specific purpose. Examples 1 (see paragraph 450-20-55-18) and 2, Cases A, B, and D (see paragraphs 450-20-55-23, 450-20-55-27, and 450-20-55-32) illustrate the application of these disclosure standards.
450-20-50-2 If the criteria in paragraph 275-10-50-8 are met, paragraph 275-10-50-9 requires disclosure of an indication that it is at least reasonably possible that a change in an entity's estimate of its probable liability could occur in the near term. Example 3 (see paragraph 450-20-55-36) illustrates this disclosure for an entity involved in litigation.
> Unrecognized Contingencies
450-20-50-2A The disclosures required by paragraphs 450-20-50-3 through 50-6 do not apply to loss contingencies arising from an entity's recurring estimation of its allowance for credit losses. (See paragraph 310-10-50-21.)
450-20-50-3 Disclosure of the contingency shall be made if there is at least a reasonable possibility that a loss or an additional loss may have been incurred and either of the following conditions exists:
  1. An accrual is not made for a loss contingency because any of the conditions in paragraph 450-20-25-2 are not met.
  2. An exposure to loss exists in excess of the amount accrued pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 450-20-30-1.
Examples 1–3 (see paragraphs 450-20-55-18 through 55-37) illustrate the application of these disclosure standards.
450-20-50-4 The disclosure in the preceding paragraph shall include both of the following:
  1. The nature of the contingency
  2. An estimate of the possible loss or range of loss or a statement that such an estimate cannot be made.
450-20-50-5 Disclosure is preferable to accrual when a reasonable estimate of loss cannot be made. For example, disclosure shall be made of any loss contingency that meets the condition in paragraph 450-20-25-2(a) but that is not accrued because the amount of loss cannot be reasonably estimated (the condition in paragraph 450-20-25-2[b]). Disclosure also shall be made of some loss contingencies that do not meet the condition in paragraph 450-20-25-2(a)— namely, those contingencies for which there is a reasonable possibility that a loss may have been incurred even though information may not indicate that it is probable that an asset had been impaired or a liability had been incurred at the date of the financial statements.
450-20-50-6 Disclosure is not required of a loss contingency involving an unasserted claim or assessment if there has been no manifestation by a potential claimant of an awareness of a possible claim or assessment unless both of the following conditions are met:
  1. It is considered probable that a claim will be asserted.
  2. There is a reasonable possibility that the outcome will be unfavorable.
30. Amend paragraph 310-10-00-1, by adding the following items to the table, as follows:
310-10-00-1 The following table identifies the changes made to this Subtopic.
Paragraph Number
Action
Accounting Standards Update
Date
Class of Financing Receivable
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
Credit Quality Indicator
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
Financing Receivable
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
Portfolio Segment
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
Related Parties
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
Troubled Debt Restructuring
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-15-2
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-35-11
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-1
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-1A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-2
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-4
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-4A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-5A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-5B
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-6
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-7
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-7A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-7B
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-9
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-10
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-11A through 50-11C
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-12
Superseded
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-13
Superseded
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-14A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-15
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-17
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-20
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-21
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-22
Superseded
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-23
Superseded
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-26
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-50-27 through 50-34
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-55-2
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-55-3
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-55-7 through 55-22
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-10-65-2
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
31. Amend paragraph 310-40-00-1, by adding the following items to the table, as follows:
310-40-00-1 The following table identifies the changes made to this Subtopic.
Paragraph Number
Action
Accounting Standards Update
Date
Financing Receivable
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-40-50-1A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-40-50-5
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
310-40-50-6
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
32. Amend paragraph 840-30-00-1, by adding the following items to the table, as follows:
840-30-00-1 The following table identifies the changes made to this Subtopic.
Paragraph Number
Action
Accounting Standards Update
Date
Financing Receivable
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
840-30-50-4A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
840-30-50-5A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
33. Amend paragraph 270-10-00-1, by adding the following items to the table, as follows:
270-10-00-1 The following table identifies the changes made to this Subtopic.
Paragraph Number
Action
Accounting Standards Update
Date
Financing Receivable
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
270-10-50-1
Amended
2010-20
07/21/2010
34. Amend paragraph 450-20-00-1 as follows:
450-20-00-1
No updates have been made to this subtopic.
The following table identifies the changes made to this Subtopic.
Paragraph Number
Action
Accounting Standards Update
Date
450-20-50-2A
Added
2010-20
07/21/2010
The amendments in this Update were adopted by the unanimous vote of the five members of the Financial Accounting Standards Board:
Robert H. Herz, Chairman
Thomas J. Linsmeier
Leslie F. Seidman
Marc A. Siegel
Lawrence W. Smith

Background Information and Basis for Conclusions

Introduction

BC1. The following summarizes the Board's considerations in reaching the conclusions in this Update. It includes reasons for accepting certain approaches and rejecting others. Individual Board members gave greater weight to some factors than to others.

Background Information

BC2. In January 2007, the Board added a project to its agenda on disclosures about the credit quality of financing receivables and allowance for credit losses.To provide more timely guidance on the allowance for credit losses and the related financing receivable disclosures, the Board determined that this project would focus on disclosures and not address the recognition and measurement of financing receivables. The Board issued an Exposure Draft of a proposed Accounting Standards Update, Accounting for Financial Instruments and Revisions to the Accounting for Derivative Instruments and Hedging Activities: Financial Instruments (Topic 825) and Derivatives and Hedging (Topic 815), on May 26, 2010, which addresses recognition and measurement of financial instruments, including financing receivables.
BC3. The Board issued an Exposure Draft of a proposed Statement, Disclosures about the Credit Quality of Financing Receivables and the Allowance for Credit Losses, on June 24, 2009. The Board received 73 comment letters in response to questions in the proposed Statement. The Board considered those comments during its redeliberations of the issues addressed by the proposed Statement at public meetings in February, April, and June 2010 and reconsidered or clarified some aspects of the proposals.
BC4. The amendments in this Update require new disclosures and enhance current disclosures about the allowance for credit losses and the credit quality of financing receivables—including, but not limited to, information about the credit quality of a creditor's portfolio and credit risk exposures. The amendments also provide greater transparency of a creditor's accounting policies.

Scope

BC5. The Board considered whether certain entities should be excluded from the scope of the amendments in this Update on the basis of size, nonpublic status, or industry. The Board concluded that all entities that lend money via financing receivables should provide information to financial statement users about the credit characteristics of the entity's financing receivable portfolios as well as the related allowance for credit losses. Accordingly, the amendments apply to all creditors, including all public and nonpublic entities that prepare financial statements in accordance with U.S. GAAP.
BC6. The Board determined that the disclosure amendments in this Update generally should apply to a creditor's financing receivables. This Update adds the term financing receivable to the Master Glossary of the Accounting Standards Codification. Examples of financing receivables include loans, trade receivables, notes receivable, and receivables relating to a lessors' leveraged, direct financing, and sales-type leases. However, the Board excluded receivables measured at fair value with changes included in earnings and receivables measured at lower of cost or fair value from the scope because the amended disclosures about the allowance for credit losses are less relevant to those receivables, and the Board concluded that the existing disclosure requirements in Topics 820 and 825 provide sufficient relevant information about financing receivables measured at fair value or at lower of cost or fair value to enable users to understand the risks associated with those assets.
BC7. The Board excluded trade receivables with contractual maturities of one year or less that arose from the sale of goods or services, except for credit card receivables, from the scope of the amendments in this Update because of the cost versus benefit of providing the required disclosures. As part of its redeliberations, the Board considered whether leveraged leases should be within the scope of the disclosures in this Update. The Board noted that a lessor generally monitors the credit risk of its leveraged lease receivables in a similar manner as direct finance leases and determined that the credit quality disclosures should apply to leveraged leases. The Board concluded that the amended disclosures about the allowance for credit losses generally are not relevant to leveraged leases and should not apply to those lease receivables.
BC8. The following instruments were specifically excluded from the scope of the disclosures required by the amendments in this Update because of the nature of the instrument and the cost versus the benefit of providing such information.
  1. Debt securities as defined in Topic 320 on debt and equity securities
  2. Unconditional promises to give (for example, contributions receivable) that are assets of not-for-profit entities, as discussed in Topic 958 on not-for-profit entities
  3. Acquired beneficial interests or the transferor's beneficial interests in the transferred financial assets, as discussed in Subtopic 325-40 on beneficial interests in securitized financial assets.

Overall Approach

BC9. In developing the amendments in this Update, the Board considered all existing information about credit quality and the allowance for credit losses that is required to be disclosed by accounting standard setters and regulators as the foundation for the disclosures to be required by the amendments in this Update.Specifically, the Board considered the following information:
  1. Current U.S. GAAP requirements
  2. Current guidelines from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) staff
  3. Current IFRS requirements
  4. Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Regulatory Reports, including Reports of Condition and Income (FFIEC Call Reports), Thrift Financial Report for Office of Thrift Supervision regulated institutions and Form 5300 Call Reports for credit unions
  5. Issuers' SEC filings, earnings releases, and presentation material.
BC10. This Update addresses three objectives:
  1. To expand the credit quality disclosures to provide more transparent financial reporting to investors
  2. To incorporate into U.S. GAAP certain information that is already required to be disclosed to financial statement users by U.S. bank and securities regulators
  3. To more closely align U.S. GAAP with current IFRS disclosure requirements.
BC11. The Board noted that current disclosures are required to be presented differently depending on the source of guidance and the specific disclosure. For example, current U.S. GAAP requirements related to the allowance for credit losses require only a rollforward of the allowance in the aggregate. However, certain SEC loan loss disclosures—such as those for accruing loans past due 90 days, nonaccrual loans, and the charge-off and recoveries portion of the allowance for credit losses—are required to be disaggregated by domestic and foreign loans. The charge-off and recoveries information also is required to be presented with further disaggregation by loan-type categories, such as commercial, financial, and agricultural; real estate construction; real estate mortgage; installment loans to individuals; and lease financing.
BC12. The Board also noted that even though U.S. GAAP currently does not require specific credit quality disclosures, most public company issuers disclose some level of disaggregated credit quality information in their quarterly investor presentations and press releases. Examples of disaggregation by credit quality indicator include differentiating by current consumer credit risk score and various categories of current loan-to-value ratios; however, this credit quality information generally relates only to a portion of the portfolio and varies between entities.
BC13. On the basis of those data, the Board determined that the amendments in this Update should provide disaggregation guidance within all credit quality and allowance for credit loss disclosures to enhance consistency and comparability within the portfolio and over the periods included in the financial statements. The Board concluded that this will improve the cohesiveness and relevance of the disclosures.

Key Terms

Portfolio Segment

BC14. The Board noted that the allowance for credit loss disclosure under U.S. GAAP is currently required to be presented only on an aggregate basis. The Board determined that it would be beneficial to financial statement users to further disaggregate this disclosure to the level at which the allowance for credit losses is calculated and monitored. Therefore, the Board defined the term portfolio segment to be consistent with the way a creditor is expected to develop its allowance for the credit losses method on the basis of the guidance in paragraph 310-10-S99-4 and, for financial institutions subject to the guidance of the FFIEC, the Interagency Policy Statement on Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses.1
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1The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Office of Thrift Supervision, and the National Credit Union Administration issued this policy statement in 2006 for the purpose of ensuring consistency with U.S. GAAP and relevant supervisory guidance.

Class

BC15. The amendments in this Update will require disaggregation by class for the following credit risk disclosures: credit quality indicators, age analysis of past due financing receivables, impaired financing receivables, and financing receivables on nonaccrual status. The Board concluded that having a consistent approach to disaggregation by class across those credit risk disclosures will provide financial statement users with the most useful and transparent level of comparison because the information will be reported at the same level of detail in which the financing receivables are monitored and assessed within the entity. The Board considered providing specific classes that would be required to be disclosed because that would ensure uniformity in reporting. However, the Board decided that developing prescribed classes would make the disclosures too rigid and would not provide financial statement users with the same level of transparency that management is able to provide by determining classes on the basis of its business model and risk management practices. The Board intends that classes generally should be consistent for each type of disclosure; however, for various disclosures (for example, modifications), management may utilize different classes when assessing and monitoring the associated risk.
BC16. The Board notes that the guidance for determining classes of financing receivables requires disaggregation by both initial measurement attribute, the level that an entity uses when assessing and monitoring the risk and performance of the portfolio, and the risk characteristics of the financing receivables. The Board noted that the class disaggregation principle is similar to the disaggregation principle within IFRS. The primary principle in IFRS 7 for disclosing risk arising from financial instruments is that the disclosure should be based on the information provided internally to an entity's key management personnel (as defined in IAS 24, Related Party Disclosures). To the extent that the information is not specified in the primary principle, IFRS 7 requires certain loan loss disclosures, such as a reconciliation of the changes in the allowance, past due loans, and individually determined to be impaired loans, to be reported by class of financial asset.
BC17. IFRS 7 does not define class of financial instruments and does not specify the exact classes or categories for disclosure requirements. Rather, it provides flexibility in permitting the reporting entity to determine its classes of financial assets for disclosure purposes. Paragraph 6 of IFRS 7 states that “an entity shall group financial instruments into classes that are appropriate to the nature of the information disclosed and that take into account the characteristics of those financial instruments. An entity shall provide sufficient information to permit reconciliation to the line items presented in the statement of financial position.” Paragraph B2 in Appendix B of IFRS 7 indicates that the classes must, at a minimum, distinguish instruments measured at amortized cost from those measured at fair value and treat as a separate class those financial instruments that are outside the scope of IFRS 7.

Disclosures

BC18. The Board determined that the disclosures about the allowance for credit losses should be provided by portfolio segment. The portfolio segment is determined on the basis of management's method for determining the allowance for credit losses. The Board requires disclosures about credit quality information, aging analysis, impaired financing receivables, and nonaccrual status on a byclass basis to provide more detail about a creditor's financing receivables. A class of financing receivables is intended to be consistent with either the breakdown of portfolio segment or a more disaggregated breakdown and, therefore, in certain circumstances, will provide more transparency into the risks of an entity's financing receivables.
BC19. The disclosure requirements for the allowance for credit losses must be disaggregated by portfolio segment. The disclosures require an entity to describe its accounting policies and methodology used to estimate its allowance for credit losses, including the identification of any changes to the entity's accounting policies or methodology from the prior period and the entity's rationale for the change. An entity also is required to disclose the quantitative effect of those changes in accounting policies or methodology on current-period provision. The Board concluded that this additional disclosure will provide financial statement users with more insight about an entity's changes in accounting policies and methodology in determining its allowance for credit losses and the quantitative effects of those changes. For example, the Board believes that this disclosure will require management to separately identify the quantitative effect of a shift from a historical loss rate on a portfolio basis to a percentage loss being applied on the basis of specific loan grading or other similar changes in accounting policies or methodology. The Board considered specifying in the guidance that an entity only is required to disclose the quantitative effect of changes in accounting policies or methodology when material. But, the Board concluded that no specific reference to materiality was necessary, because judgments about materiality apply to all disclosure requirements.
BC20. The proposed disclosures in the proposed Statement also would have required an entity to disclose a rollforward of financing receivables by portfolio segment. Respondents who commented on that proposed rollforward questioned the operationality and usefulness of providing that information. The Board removed the proposed requirement to roll forward receivables by portfolio segment and added a requirement to disclose the recorded investment in financing receivables related to the ending balance of the allowance for credit losses. Both ending balances are provided by portfolio segment and are further disaggregated on the basis of the creditor's impairment methodology. A creditor must separately disclose amounts related to items collectively evaluated for impairment under Subtopic 450-20, amounts related to items individually evaluated for impairment under Section 310-10-35, and amounts related to loans acquired with deteriorated credit quality. In addition, the Board also added a requirement to disclose significant purchases and sales of financing receivables and reclassifications of financing receivables as held for sale during the period on a portfolio segment basis because this would provide useful information to financial statement users but would eliminate some of the operational challenges that preparing a complete rollforward of financing receivables would create. The Board concluded that these disaggregated disclosures will provide enhanced transparency by portfolio segment to financial statement users.
BC21. The Board decided that an entity's objective in providing credit quality disclosures is to provide both of the following:
  1. Information that enables a reader to evaluate how and to what extent management monitors the credit quality of its financing receivables on an ongoing manner
  2. Information about credit quality indicators that enables a reader to evaluate the credit quality of an entity's financing receivables.
BC22. The disclosure of credit quality indicators is designed to align more closely with IFRS. The amendments in this Update require an entity to provide quantitative and qualitative information about credit quality indicators of financing receivables. The Board has provided additional guidance on determining credit quality indicators in Section 310-10-55. The Board considered whether an entity should be required to provide credit quality indicators for loans acquired with deterioration in credit quality (purchased credit impaired loans). The Board noted that those loans often are accounted for within a pool and that credit impairment of those loans was reflected in their acquisition price. Given that the disclosures about credit quality indicators (a) are based on how and to what extent management monitors the credit quality of its financing receivables and (b) must be disaggregated by class (which requires receivables with different initial measurement attributes to be reported in separate classes), the Board concluded that users would benefit from the additional information about credit quality indicators of purchased credit impaired loans.
BC23. The amendments in this Update also require an entity to provide an analysis of past due financing receivables. That analysis should provide information about the length of time the financing receivable has been past due. For existing disclosures about nonaccrual and past due loans that are still accruing, the amendments in this Update require an entity to disaggregate those disclosures by class. The Board decided that past due and nonaccrual disclosures should not apply to purchased credit impaired loans. The Board noted that the past due and nonaccrual status of purchased credit impaired loans is not relevant when measuring credit impairment under Subtopic 310-30. The Board considered excluding certain impaired loans from these disclosure requirements. However, the Board decided that past due and nonaccrual disclosures for an entire portfolio would enable users to understand the overall performance of an entity's financing receivables. Impaired loan disclosures also are amended to include a disaggregation by class and the unpaid principal amount on a per class basis, which is similar to what is required by regulatory reporting.
BC24. The proposed Statement would have required disclosure of the fair value of financing receivables by portfolio segment to further disaggregate the disclosures required by Subtopic 825-10. The Board determined that the fair value disclosures would be more appropriately addressed as part of the broader project on accounting for financial instruments because that project is reconsidering the measurement attribute for loans as well as the fair value disclosures for financial instruments. Therefore, the Board removed that proposed disclosure from the final amendments.
BC25. Financial statement users recommended that the Board enhance disclosure requirements about modifications and subsequent defaults. The Board limited the scope of these disclosures to troubled debt restructurings that occurred during each period and payment defaults of financing receivables in each period that had been restructured as troubled debt restructurings within the previous 12 months. The Board noted that existing impairment and disclosure guidance about troubled debt restructurings does not apply to changes in lease arrangements. However, the Board concluded that a restructuring of a lease arrangement that meets the definition of a troubled debt restructuring is similar to a restructuring of other financing receivables and, therefore, should be subject to the new disclosure requirements about modifications. The Board also concluded that disclosures about how modification transactions are factored into the determination of the allowance should be disaggregated on the basis of portfolio segment. In addition, the Board concluded that the other disclosures about modifications and subsequent defaults should be provided by class.

Effective Date and Transition

BC26. The proposed Statement would have required that the disclosures be effective for interim and annual reporting periods after December 15, 2009.Respondents generally disagreed with the proposed effective date and stated that additional time would be necessary for entities to comply with the expanded disclosure requirements. Those respondents stated that entities needed that time to make necessary information systems changes and to comply with other accounting requirements with the same effective date.
BC27. For disclosures as of the end of a reporting period, the Board amended the effective date for public entities to interim and annual reporting periods ending on or after December 15, 2010. The Board concluded that it is important that enhanced disclosures be available to financial statement users as soon as practicable. The Board also concluded that most of the information required by the amendments in this Update already is available because the disaggregation criteria are based on the way that management manages risk and determines the allowance for credit losses. However, the Board decided that an entity should not be required to disclose activity that occurred before the issuance of this Update. Accordingly, for public entities, the amendments to the rollforward of the allowance for credit losses and the new disclosures about modifications are effective for interim and annual reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2010.
BC28. The Board decided to provide a one-year delayed effective date for nonpublic entities. The Board considered both the annual cycle for education about new accounting standards for nonpublic entities and the benefit of seeing these disclosures being applied by public entities in their financial statements. For nonpublic entities, the amendments in this Update are effective for annual reporting periods ending on or after December 15, 2011. For periods ending after initial adoption, the amendments require comparative disclosures only for periods after initial adoption. Comparative disclosures for earlier reporting periods that ended before initial adoption are encouraged but are not required.

Benefits and Costs

BC29. The objective of financial reporting is to provide information that is useful to present and potential investors, creditors, donors, and other capital market participants in making rational investment, credit, and similar resource allocation decisions. However, the benefits of providing information for that purpose should justify the related costs. Present and potential investors, creditors, donors, and other users of financial information benefit from improvements in financial reporting, while the costs to implement a new standard are borne primarily by present investors. The Board's assessment of the costs and benefits of issuing an accounting standard is unavoidably more qualitative than quantitative because there is no method to objectively measure the costs to implement an accounting standard or to quantify the value of improved information in financial statements.
BC30. The Board decided to require the enhanced disclosures because, in its view, those disclosures will greatly clarify the credit quality composition of a creditor's financing receivables portfolio and, therefore, provide financial statement users with more useful information. The disaggregation guidance is designed to be consistent with current practices that the entity is using to monitor the credit quality of its financing receivables and allowance for credit losses. And, many entities already provide similar disclosures to financial statement users. Because the disclosures are based on existing practices, the Board believes that the amendments in this Update will not impose significant costs on its constituents.
BC31. The Board limited the scope of the amendments in this Update to certain financing receivables. In considering the cost versus benefit of applying the guidance to specific instruments, the Board specifically excluded trade receivables with contractual maturities of one year or less that arose from the sale of goods or services, except for credit card receivables, because it does not believe that the benefit of these disclosures exceed the incremental costs of tracking and reporting such information.

Amendments to the XBRL Taxonomy

The following elements are proposed additions or modifications to the XBRL taxonomy as a result of the amendments in this Update. (Elements that currently exist in the taxonomy are marked with an asterisk* and have been bolded. If an existing element was modified, it has been marked to reflect any changes.)
Element Name
Standard Label
Definition
Codification Reference
ReceivablesPolicyTextBlock*
Receivables, Policy
Describes an entity's accounting policy for trade and other accounts receivable, and finance, loan and lease receivables, including those classified as held for investment and held for sale. This disclosure may include (1) the basis at which such receivables are carried in the entity's statements of financial position (2) how the level of the valuation allowance for receivables is determined (3) when impairments, charge-offs or recoveries are recognized for such receivables (4) the treatment of origination fees and costs, including the amortization method for net deferred fees or costs (5) the treatment of any premiums or discounts or unearned income (6) the entity's income recognition policies for such receivables, including those that are impaired, past due or placed on nonaccrual status and (7) the treatment of foreclosures or repossessions (8) the nature and amount of any guarantees to repurchase receivables.
310-20-50-4;
310-20;
310-20-50-1; 310-10-50-6; 310-10-50-15(b); 310-10-50-2; 310-10-50-9;
235-10-50-3; 310-10
TradeAndOtherAccountsReceivablePolicy*
Trade and Other Accounts Receivable, Policy
Describes an entity's accounting policy for trade and other accounts receivables. This disclosure may include the basis at which such receivables are carried in the entity's statements of financial position (for example, net realizable value), how the entity determines the level of its allowance for doubtful accounts, when impairments, charge-offs or recoveries are recognized, and the entity's income recognition policies for such receivables, including its treatment of related fees and costs, its treatment of premiums, discounts or unearned income, when accrual of interest is discontinued, how the entity records payments received on nonaccrual receivables and its policy for resuming accrual of interest on such receivables. If the enterprise holds a large number of similar loans, disclosure may include the accounting policy for the anticipation of prepayments and significant assumptions underlying prepayment estimates for amortization of premiums, discounts, and nonrefundable fees and costs.
235-10-50-3; 310-10-50-2; 310-10-50-6; 310-10-50-15(d)
FinanceLoansAndLeasesReceivablePolicy*
Finance, Loans and Leases
Describes an entity's accounting policy for finance,
310-10-50-6;310-10-50-9;235-10-50-3;
Receivable, Policy
loan and lease receivables, including those held for investment and those held for sale. This disclosure may include (1) the basis at which such receivables are carried in the entity's statements of financial position (2) how the level of the allowance for loan and lease losses is determined (3) when impairments, charge-offs or recoveries are recognized for such receivables (4) the treatment of origination fees and costs, including the amortization method for net deferred fees or costs (5) the treatment of any premiums or discounts or unearned income (6) the entity's income recognition (revenues, expenses and gains and losses arising from committing to issue, issuing, granting, collecting, terminating, modifying and holding loans)policies for such receivables, including those that are impaired, past due or placed on nonaccrual status and (7) the treatment of foreclosures or repossessions.
310-10-50-2;
310-10-50-15(b) and 15(d)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableNonaccrualLoanAndLeaseStatusPolicy*
Loans and Leases Receivable Nonaccrual Loan and Lease Status, Policy
Describes the policy as to when a loan ceases to accrue interest or other revenue because the borrower is in financial difficulty. May also describe the treatment of previously earned but uncollected interest income on loans in nonaccrual status, how cash received from borrowers is recorded on loans that are in nonaccrual status, and the policy for resuming accrual of interest. Also includes the policy for charging off uncollectible loans and trade receivables, and the policy for determining past-due or delinquency status (i.e. whether past-due status is based on how recently payments have been received or on contractual terms).
310-10; 235-10-50-3; 310-10-50-6; 310-10-50-15(b) and 15(d)
ScheduleOfFinancingReceivablesPastDueTable
Schedule of Financing Receivables Past Due
Schedule detailing the recorded investment of financing receivables that are past due but not impaired and financing receivables that are 90 days past due and still accruing. The schedule also includes financing receivables on nonaccrual status.
310-10-50-7;310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentByClassOfFinancingReceivableAxis
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, By Class of Financing Receivable
Recorded investment in financing receivables past due, 90 days past due and still accruing, and receivables on nonaccrual status by class of financing receivables.
310-10-50-7; 310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentClassOfFinancingReceivableDomain
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, Class of Financing Receivable
Listing of the classes of financing receivables. Classes of financing receivables generally are a disaggregation of a portfolio segment.
Class of Financing Receivable
ClassOfFinancingReceivableMember
Class of Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables. Classes of financing receivables are generally a disaggregation of a portfolio segment.
Class of Financing Receivable
CommercialRealEstateConstructionFinancingReceivableMember
Commercial Real Estate Construction Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to commercial real estate construction financing receivables.
Class of Financing Receivable
CommercialRealEstateOtherReceivable Member
Commercial Real Estate Other Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to real estate financing receivables other than those related to commercial real estate construction.
Class of Financing Receivable
ConsumerCreditCardFinancingReceivab leMember
Consumer Credit Card Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to consumer credit card financing receivables.
Class of Financing Receivable
ConsumerOtherFinancingReceivableMember
Consumer Other Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to other consumer financing receivables.
Class of Financing Receivable
ConsumerAutoFinancingReceivableMember
Consumer Auto Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to consumer auto financing receivables
Class of Financing Receivable
ResidentialPrimeFinancingReceivableMember
Residential, Prime, Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to prime residential financing receivables.
Class of Financing Receivable
ResidentialSubprimeFinancingReceivableMember
Residential, Subprime, Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to subprime residential financing receivables.
Class of Financing Receivable
FinanceLeasesFinancingReceivableMember
Finance Leases Financing Receivable
Class of financing receivables related to finance lease financing receivables.
Class of Financing Receivable
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentPastDueLineItems
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, Past Due
Line items represent financial concepts included in a table. These concepts are used to disclose reportable information associated with domain members defined in one or many axes to the table.
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentCurrent
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, Current
Financing receivables that are current.
310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestment1To29DaysPastDue
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, 1 - 29 Days Past Due
Financing receivables that are less 30 days past due.
310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestment30To59DaysPast Due
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, 30 - 59 Days Past Due
Financing receivables that are less than 60 days past due but 29 or more days past due.
310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestment60To89DaysPast Due
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, 60 - 89 Days Past Due
Financing receivables that are less than 90 days past due but 59 or more days past due.
310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentEqualToorGreater Than90DaysPastDue
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, Equal to or Greater Than 90 Days Past Due
Financing receivables that are equal to or greater than 90 days past due.
310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentGreaterThan90Da ysPastDueAndStillAccruing
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, 90 Days Past Due and Still Accruing
Financing receivables that are 90 days past due and still accruing.
310-10-50-7(b)
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentPastDue
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, Past Due
Recorded investment of financing receivables that are past due at the balance sheet date.
310-10-50-7A
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentNonaccrualStatus
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, Nonaccrual Status
Financing receivables that are on nonaccrual status as of the balance sheet date.
310-10-50-7(a)
Financing ReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesTable
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses
Schedule detailing information related to financing receivables and the activity in the allowance for credit losses account by portfolio segment.
310-10-50- 11B(c)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceActivityAxis
Financing Receivable Allowance Activity
Information related to financing receivables and activity in the allowance for credit losses by financing receivable portfolio segment.
310-10-50- 11B(c)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceDomain
Financing Receivable Allowance
Represents financing receivable portfolio segments.
310-10-50- 11B(c)
CommercialPortfolioSegmentMember
Commercial Portfolio Segment
Portfolio segment of the company's total financing receivables related to commercial receivables.
310-10-50-11B
ConsumerPortfolioSegmentMember
Consumer Portfolio Segment
Portfolio segment of the company's total financing receivables related to consumer receivables.
310-10-50-11B
CommercialRealEstatePortfolioSegment Member
Commercial Real Estate Portfolio Segment
Portfolio segment of the company's total financing receivables related to commercial real estate.
310-10-50-11B
ResidentialPortfolioSegmentMember
Residential Portfolio Segment
Portfolio segment of the company's total financing receivables related to residential financing receivables.
310-10-50-11B
FinanceLeasesPortfolioSegmentMember
Finance Leases Portfolio Segment
Portfolio segment of the company's total financing receivables related to finance leases.
310-10-50-11B
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesLineItems
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses
Line items represent financial concepts included in a table. These concepts are used to disclose reportable information associated with domain members defined in one or many axes to the table.
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesRollForward
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLosses
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses
A valuation allowance for financing receivables that are expected to be uncollectible.
310-10-50-11B(c)(1)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesWriteOffs
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Write -offs
Reduction to the allowance for credit losses related to financing receivables deemed uncollectible.
310-10-50- 11B(c)(3)
Financing Receivable, AllowanceForCreditLossesRecoveries
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Recoveries
Reduction to the allowance for credit losses related to collections on financing receivables which have been partially or fully charged off as bad debts.
310-10-50- 11B(c)(5)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesProvisions
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Provisions
Charge to expense for financing receivables that are expected to be uncollectible.
310-10-50- 11B(c)(2)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesEffectOfChangeInMethod
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Effect of Change in Method
The effect of a change in method or methods for calculating the allowance for credit losses on the current period provision.
310-10-50- 11B(c)(4)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesPeriodIncreaseDecrease
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Period Increase (Decrease)
Net change in the allowance for credit losses related to financing receivables.
310-10-50- 11B(c)
FinancingReceivableRiskCharacteristicsUsedInEstimatingAllowanceForCreditLosses
Financing Receivable, Risk Characteristics Used in Estimating Allowance for Credit Losses
Description of the risk characteristics used in estimating the allowance for credit losses.
310-10-50- 11B(a)(2)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesIndividuallyEvaluatedForImpairment
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Individually Evaluated for Impairment
Ending balance of allowance for credit losses related to financing receivables individually evaluated for impairment.
310-10-50- 11B(f)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesCollectively EvaluatedForImpairment
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Collectively Evaluated for Impairment
Ending balance of allowance for credit losses related to financing receivables collectively evaluated for impairment.
310-10-50- 11B(f)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesAcquiredWithDeterioratedCredit Quality
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Acquired with Deteriorated Credit Quality
Ending balance of allowance for credit losses related to financing receivables acquired with deteriorated credit quality.
310-10-50- 11B(f)
FinancingReceivableIndividuallyEvaluatedForImpairment
Financing Receivable, Individually Evaluated for Impairment
The balance of financing receivables that were individually evaluated for impairment.
310-10-50- 11B(g)
FinancingReceivableCollectivelyEvaluatedForImpairment
Financing Receivable, Collectively Evaluated for Impairment
The balance of financing receivables that were collectively evaluated for impairment.
310-10-50- 11B(g)
FinancingReceivableAcquiredWithDeterioratedCreditQuality
Financing Receivable, Acquired with Deteriorated Credit Quality
The balance of financing receivables acquired with deteriorated credit quality.
310-10-50- 11B(g)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesFactorsThatInfluencedManagementsJudgment
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Factors that Influenced Management's Judgment
A description of the factors that influenced management's judgment concerning the allowance for credit losses.
310-10-50- 11B(a)(1)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesRiskCharacteristics
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Risk Characteristics
A description of the risk elements relevant to each portfolio segment.
310-10-50- 11B(a)(2)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesPolicyOrMethodologyChange
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Policy or Methodology Change
A description of any changes to a creditor's accounting policies or methodology from the prior period and management's rationale for the change should be discussed.
310-10-50- 11B(a)(3)
FinancingReceivableAllowanceForCreditLossesPolicyForUncollectibleAmounts
Financing Receivable, Allowance for Credit Losses, Policy for Uncollectible Amounts
A description of the policy for charging off uncollectible financing receivables.
310-10-50- 11B(b)
FinancingReceivableSignificantPurchases
Financing Receivable, Significant Purchases
The amount of any significant purchases of financing receivables during the reporting period.
310-10-50- 11B(d)
FinancingReceivableSignificantSales
Financing Receivable, Significant Sales
The amount of any significant sales of financing receivables during the reporting period.
310-10-50- 11B(e)
FinancingReceivableReclassificationToHeldForSale
Financing Receivable, Reclassification to Held for Sale
The amount of financing receivables reclassified to held for sale during the reporting period.
310-10-50- 11B(e)
FinancingReceivable
Financing Receivable
A contractual right to receive money on demand or on fixed or determinable dates that is recognized as an asset in the creditor's statement of financial position. Examples include, but are not limited to, accounts receivable (with terms exceeding one year), notes receivable and receivables relating to lessor's rights to payments from leases other than operating leases that have been recorded as assets.
Financing Receivable
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentCreditQualityTable
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, Credit Quality Indicator
Schedule detailing credit quality information related to financing receivables by credit quality indicator and by class of financing receivable.
310-10-50-29
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentByCreditQualityIndicatorAxis
Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment, By Credit Quality Indicator
The credit quality indicator of a financing receivable by class of financing receivable.
310-10-50-29
FinancingReceivableByCreditQualityIndicatorDomain
Financing Receivable, By Credit Quality Indicator
Credit quality indicators related to financing receivables.
310-10-50-29
ConsumerCreditScoreMember
Consumer Credit Score
Set of credit quality indicators related to consumer credit scores.
310-10-50-29
PassMember
Pass
A category of financing receivables not considered to be special mention, substandard, doubtful, and loss receivables.
310-10-50-29
SpecialMentionMember
Special Mention
A category of financing receivables considered to have potential weaknesses that deserve management's close attention. If left uncorrected, those potential weaknesses may result in a deterioration of the repayment prospects for the asset or of the creditor's position at some future date.
310-10-50-29
SubstandardMember
Substandard
A category of financing receivables that are inadequately protected by the current sound worth and paying capacity of the obligor or of the collateral pledged, if any. Loans so classified have a well-defined weakness or weaknesses that jeopardize the liquidation of the debt. They are characterized by the distinct possibility that the creditor will sustain some loss if the deficiencies are not corrected.
310-10-50-29
DoubtfulMember
Doubtful
A category of financing receivables that have all the weaknesses inherent in those classified as substandard, with the added characteristic that the weaknesses make collection or liquidation in full, on the basis of currently existing facts, conditions, and values, highly questionable and improbable.
310-10-50-29
LossMember
Loss
A category of financing receivables that are considered uncollectible or of little value. This classification does not mean that the loan has absolutely no recovery or salvage value, but rather, that it is not practical or desirable to defer writing off this basically worthless asset even though partial recovery may be affected in the future.
310-10-50-29
PerformingFinancingReceivableMember
Performing Financing Receivable
A category of financing receivables that are current in regards to payments made on the financing receivables.
310-10-50-29
NonperformingFinancingReceivableMember
Nonperforming Financing Receivable
A category of financing receivables that are not current in regards to payments made on the financing receivables.
310-10-50-29
CorporateCreditQualityIndicatorMember
Corporate Credit Quality Indicator
Credit quality indicators related to corporate risk profiles.
310-10-50-29
InternallyAssignedGradeMember
Internally Assigned Grade
Credit quality indicators that are developed and used internally by the company.
310-10-50-29
FinancingReceivableRecordedInvestmentLineItems
Financing Receivable, Carrying Amount
Line items represent financial concepts included in a table. These concepts are used to disclose reportable information associated with domain members defined in one or many axes to the table.
FinancingReceivableCreditQualityAdditionalInformation
Financing Receivable, Credit Quality, Additional Information
Includes any additional disclosures related to the credit quality of financing receivables. This may include a description of a credit quality indicator or a description of how the internal risk ratings used by a company relate to the likelihood of loss.
310-10-50- 29(a); 310-1050-30
FinancingReceivableCreditQualityDateRatingsUpdated
Financing Receivable, Credit Quality, Date Ratings Updated
Includes a disclosure detailing the date that the consumer credit scores were last updated.
310-10-50- 29(c)
FinancingReceivableCreditQualityRangeOfDatesRatingsUpdated
Financing Receivable, Credit Quality, Range of Dates Ratings Updated
Includes a disclosure detailing the range of dates that the consumer credit scores were last updated.
310-10-50- 29(c)
ImpairedFinancingReceivableTable
Impaired Financing Receivable
Schedule detailing the carrying amount, unpaid principal balance, associated allowance, average carrying amount, accounting policies, and interest income recognized on the accrual and cash basis by class of financing receivable.
310-10-50-15
ImpairedFinancingReceivablewithNoRelatedAllowanceAxis
Impaired Financing Receivable with No Related Allowance
Attributes of financing receivables classified as impaired with no allowance related to the receivables by class of financing receivable.
310-10-50-15
ImpairedFinancingReceivableWithNoRelatedAllowanceDomain
Impaired Financing Receivable with No Related Allowance
Represents a subset of a class of financing receivables that have no allowances related to the impaired receivables.
310-10-50-15
ImpairedFinancingReceivableWithNoRelatedAllowanceMember
Impaired Financing Receivable with No Related Allowance
Represents a subset of a class of financing receivables that have no allowances related to the impaired receivables.
310-10-50-15
ImpairedFinancingReceivableWithARelatedAllowanceAxis
Impaired Financing Receivable with a Related Allowance
Attributes of financing receivables classified as impaired with allowance related to the receivables by class of financing receivable.
310-10-50-15
ImpairedFinancingReceivableWithARelatedAllowanceDomain
Impaired Financing Receivable with a Related Allowance
Represents a subset of a class of financing receivables that have allowances related to the impaired receivables.
310-10-50-15
ImpairedFinancingReceivableWithARelatedAllowanceMember
Impaired Financing Receivable with a Related Allowance
Represents a subset of a class of financing receivables that have allowances related to the impaired receivables.
310-10-50-15
FinancingReceivableImpairedLineItems
Financing Receivable, Impaired
Line items represent financial concepts included in a table. These concepts are used to disclose reportable information associated with domain members defined in one or many axes to the table.
ImpairedFinancingReceivableUnpaidPrincipalBalance
Impaired Financing Receivable, Unpaid Principal Balance
The unpaid principal balance related to impaired financing receivables.
310-10-50- 15(a)(2)
ImpairedFinancingReceivableAverageRecordedInvestment
Impaired Financing Receivable, Average Recorded Investment
The average recorded investment related to impaired financing receivables.
310-10-50- 15(c)(1); 310- 10-50-17
ImpairedFinancingReceivableRecordedInvestment
Impaired Financing Receivable, Recorded Investment
The recorded investment related to impaired financing receivables.
310-10-50- 14A(b)
ImpairedFinancingReceivableInterestIncomeAccrualMethod
Impaired Financing Receivable, Interest Income, Accrual Method
The interest income recognized during the time within that period that the financing receivables were impaired.
310-10-50- 15(c)(2)
ImpairedFinancingReceivableInterestIncomeCashBasisMethod
Impaired Financing Receivable, Interest Income, Cash Basis Method
The interest income recognized on a cash-basis method of accounting during the time within that period that the financing receivables were impaired.
310-10-50- 15(c)(3)
ImpairedFinancingReceivablePolicy
Impaired Financing Receivable, Policy
Represents the disclosure about the policy for recognizing interest income on impaired financing receivables, including how cash receipts are recorded, the policy for determining which loans the entity assesses for impairment, and the factors the creditor considered in determining that the financing receivable is impaired.
310-10-50-14A(a); 310-10-50-15(b, d, e)
FinancingReceivableModificationsTable
Financing Receivable, Modifications
Schedule detailing information related to troubled debt restructurings by type of financing receivable modification with further disaggregation by class of financing receivable and portfolio segment.
310-10-50-32; 310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableTroubledDebtRestructuringsAxis
Financing Receivable, Troubled Debt Restructurings
Information related to troubled debt restructurings granted in the current period by class of financing receivable and portfolio segment.
310-10-50-32
FinancingReceivableTroubledDebtRestructuringsDomain
Financing Receivable, Troubled Debt Restructurings
Represents classes of financing receivables and portfolio segments related to troubled debt restructurings granted in the current period.
310-10-50-32
FinancingReceivableTroubledDebtRestructuringsThatSubsequentlyDefaultedAxis
Financing Receivable, Troubled Debt Restructurings That Subsequently Defaulted
Information related to troubled debt restructurings within the last 12 months and for which there was a payment default in the current reporting period by class of financing receivable and portfolio segment.
310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableTroubledDebtRestructuringsThatSubsequentlyDefaultedDomain
Financing Receivable, Troubled Debt Restructurings That Subsequently Defaulted
Represents classes of financing receivables and portfolio segments related to troubled debt restructurings within the last twelve months and for which there was a payment default in the current reporting period.
310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableModificationsLineItems
Financing Receivable, Modifications
Line items represent financial concepts included in a table. These concepts are used to disclose reportable information associated with domain members defined in one or many axes to the table.
FinancingReceivableModificationsNumberOfContracts
Financing Receivable, Modifications, Number of Contracts
The number of financing receivables that have been modified by troubled debt restructurings.
310-10-50-32; 310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableModificationsPreModificationRecordedInvestment
Financing Receivable, Modifications, Pre-Modification Recorded Investment
The amount of the outstanding recorded investment related to financing receivables that have been modified by troubled debt restructurings before the financing receivable has been modified.
310-10-50-32; 310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableModificationsPostModificationRecordedInvestment
Financing Receivable, Modifications, Post-Modification Recorded Investment
The amount of the outstanding recorded investment related to financing receivables that have been modified by troubled debt restructurings after the financing receivable has been modified.
310-10-50-32; 310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableModificationsRecordedInvestment
Financing Receivable, Modifications, Recorded Investment
The amount of the outstanding recorded investment related to financing receivables that have been modified by troubled debt restructurings.
310-10-50-32; 310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableModificationsNatureAndExtentOfTheTransaction
Financing Receivable, Modifications, Nature and Extent of The Transaction
Description of the nature and the extent of troubled debt restructurings related to financing receivables.
310-10-50-32; 310-10-50-33
FinancingReceivableModificationsDeterminationOfTheAllowanceForCreditLosses
Financing Receivable, Modifications, Determination of The Allowance for Credit Losses
Description of the factors considered about how such troubled debt restructurings are factored into the determination of the allowance for credit losses.
310-10-50-32; 310-10-50-33
LoansAndLeasesReceivableChargeOf fPolicy*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Charge off, Policy
Sets forth the basis for charging to bad debt expense all or a portion of loan receivables because it is probable, based on collection experience or on specific facts and circumstances, that collection of amounts due will not be made. For example, historical experience may indicate that amounts uncollected for a specified number of days after due date are likely to remain uncollected and some or all of the amounts due should be reflected as a credit loss.
310-10; 310- 10-50-6(d)
PremiumsReceivableAllowanceForDoubtfulAccountsWriteOffOfUncollectiblePremiumsPolicy*
Premiums Receivable, Allowance for Doubtful Accounts, Write-off of Uncollectible Premiums, Policy
Describes an insurance entity's accounting policy for determining when premium amounts due are determined to be not collectible and are removed from the general ledger, along with the related amount from the allowance for doubtful accounts (for example, customer bankruptcy).
844-310; 235-10-50-3; 310-10-50-6(d)
ProvisionForLeaseLosses*
Provision for Lease Losses
Allowance expense during the period based on estimated losses to be realized from lease transaction.
942-225-S99-1;
310-10-50-12
ProvisionForLoanLossesExpensed*
Provision for Loan Losses Expensed
Allowance expensed for the period based on estimated losses to be realized from loan transactions.
942-225-S99-1;
310-10-50- 12
ProvisionForLoanAndLeaseLosses*
Provision for Loan and Lease Losses
The sum of the periodic provision charged to operations, based on an assessment of the uncollectibility of the loan and lease portfolio, the offset to which is either added to or deducted from the allowance account for the purpose of reducing loan receivable and leases to an amount that approximates their net realizable value (the amount expected to be collected).
230-10-45-28(a); 942-225-S99-1;
310-10-50-12
ProvisionForLoanLeaseAndOtherLosses*
Provision for Loan, Lease, and Other Losses
The sum of the periodic provision charged to earnings, based on an assessment of uncollectibility from the counterparty on account of loan, lease or other credit losses, to reduce these accounts to the amount that approximates their net realizable value.
310-10-50-12;
230-10-45-28(a)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedTroubledDebtRestructuringAmount*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Troubled Debt Restructuring, Amount
Reflects the carrying amount of loans with terms that have been modified because of the inability of the borrower, for financial reasons, to comply with the terms of the original loan agreement.
310-10-50-15(a); 310-40- 50-2
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedAtCarryingValue*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, at Carrying Value
Reflects the adjusted carrying amount of loans for which it is probable, based on current facts and circumstances, that a creditor will not initially be able to collect all amounts due according to the contractual terms of the loan agreement, or will not recover the previously reported carrying amount of the loan.
310-10-50- 15(a)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedAllowanceForLoanLosses*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Allowance for Loan Losses
Reflects amount of allowance for credit losses pertaining to impaired loans.
310-10-50-15(a)(1)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedEndOfPeriodInAllowanceForLoanLoss*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, End of Period, in Allowance for Loan Loss
Reflects the carrying amount of loans which have been written down and for which there is a related reserve for credit loss.
310-10-50-15(a)(1)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedEndOfPeriodNotInAllowanceForLoanLoss*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, End of Period, Not in Allowance for Loan Loss
Reflects the carrying amount of loans which have been written down and for which there is no related reserve for credit loss.
310-10-50-15(a)(1)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedDescription*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Description
Describes the policies and procedures for identifying and measuring losses on loans when the present value of expected cash flows discounted at the loan's effective interest rate, or, alternatively, a loan's observable market price or fair value of the underlying collateral is less than the carrying amount of the loan, and sets forth the amount of the loss. Also sets forth material facts pertaining to significant loan modifications in a troubled debt restructuring, describes the method for valuing a loan deemed to be impaired or nonperforming, indicates whether income on impaired or nonperforming loans are being recognized and describes the method for recognizing the income.
310-10-35-22; 310-10-50- 15(b); 235-10- 50-3
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedAverageInvestment*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Average Investment
Reflects the average recorded investment in impaired loans during each period.
310-10-50-15(e)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedInterestIncomeRecognized*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Interest Income Recognized
Reflects the amount of interest income on impaired and nonperforming loans that was recognized as income during the reporting period.
310-10-50-19; 310-10-50-15(e)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedInterestIncomeCashBasisMethod*
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Interest Income, Cash-Basis Method
Reflects the amount of interest income recognized using a cash-basis method during the period that loans were deemed to be impaired.
310-10-50-15(e)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedNonperformingAccrualOfInterest
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Nonperforming, Accrual of Interest
Reflects the carrying amount of loans deemed to be questionable as to collection on which interest is continuing to be earned or accrued.
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedNonperformingOver90 DaysAccrualOfInterest
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Nonperforming, over 90 Days, Accrual of Interest*
Reflects the carrying amount of loans past due ninety days or more on which interest is continuing to be earned or accrued.
310-10-50-7(b)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedNonperformingNonaccrualOfInterest
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Nonperforming, Nonaccrual of Interest*
Reflects the carrying amount of loans deemed to be questionable as to collection on which no interest is continuing to be recognized.
310-10-50-7(a)
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedInterestLostOnNonaccrualLoans
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Interest Lost on Nonaccrual Loans*
Reflects the amount of additional interest income that would have been recorded if impaired or nonperforming loans were instead current, in compliance with their original terms, and outstanding throughout the reporting period or since origination (if held for part of the period).
LoansAndLeasesReceivableImpairedTroubledDebtInterestIncome
Loans and Leases Receivable, Impaired, Troubled Debt, Interest Income*
The gross interest income that would have been recorded in the period on troubled debt restructurings, if the loans had been current in accordance with their original terms and had been outstanding throughout the period or since origination, if held for part of the period.
DiscontinuedOperationDescriptionOfMaterialContingentLiabilitiesRemaining*
Discontinued Operation, Description of Material Contingent Liabilities Remaining
Nature and amounts of material contingent liabilities, such as product or environmental liabilities or litigation, that remain with the entity despite the disposal of the disposal group that is classified as a component of the entity. Also includes any reasonably likely range of possible loss.
450-20-50-6;
310-10-50-22;
450-20-50-3; 450-20-50-2; 450-20-50-5; 460-10-50-2; 450-20-50-1; 450-20-50-4; 205-20-S99-2; 310-10-50-21
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