What is TIC reporting?
Treasury International Capital (TIC) reporting system collects data for the United States on cross-border portfolio investment flows and positions between U.S. and foreign residents. This data is used in the construction of balance of payments accounts and the U.S. international investment position, and in the formulation of U.S. international financial and monetary policies.
Who is required to report?
Institutions that need to report TIC forms include Banks and Depositories, Bank Holding Companies (BHCs), Financial Holding Companies ( FHCs), and Savings and Loan Holding Companies (SLHCs), securities brokers and dealers and other financial institutions. Financial institutions include but are not limited to; mutual funds, money market funds, pension funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and REITS.
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