2020 Income Statement (P3)

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2020 Income Statement (P3)
Last updated
January 2020

Summary of key updates by section

  • Change:
    • Section II (17) Trading Income
    • Section II (18) Gains (losses on instruments held for other than trading purposes

Consolidated statement of comprehensive income, retained earnings and AOCI

Purpose

The purpose of this return is to provide a consolidated statement of comprehensive income of the institution for the periods commencing either November 1 or January 1 and ending on the last days of either January, April, July and October or March, June, September and December. The income statement categories reflect the information required by the major users - the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, the Bank of Canada, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation and Statistics Canada - for purposes of analyzing and monitoring the individual and aggregate financial condition of institutions.

Statutory

Sections 628 and 600 of the Bank Act and Section 495 of the Trust and Loan Companies Act.

Application

This return applies to all deposit-taking institutions.

Publication

Certain information from this return is available on a total and institution-by-institution basis on the OSFI website at www.osfi-bsif.gc.ca.

Frequency

  • Institutions with fiscal year-ends of October - Quarterly - January, April, July and October
  • Institutions with fiscal year-ends of December - Quarterly - March, June, September and December

Contact person

Provide the name and phone number of the person to contact regarding any questions about this return.

Reporting dates

The return is to be completed as of the last day of each quarter and submitted within 30 days of the reporting date as follows:

  • Institutions with fiscal year-ends of October - January, April, July and October
  • Institutions with fiscal year-ends of December - March, June, September and December

Contact agency

OSFI.

General instructions

All asset and liability references in the reporting of interest income and expenses in this return are consistent with the "Monthly Balance Sheet", unless specifically stated to the contrary.

Total Year To Date (YTD) represents the to-date cumulative total of income/expenses booked in and out of Canada for the period either commencing November 1 or January 1, expressed in thousands of Canadian dollar equivalents.

Categories of income from Insurance Subsidiaries that correspond to institution income categories such as interest and dividends from securities and interest on mortgages will be reported on the appropriate lines.

Presently a separate line is included for reporting the interest and dividend income from securities of a securities subsidiary that was an established business enterprise acquired by a bank subsequent to changes in the Bank Act in 1987 (acquired securities subsidiary). Any decision to further segregate this income by balance sheet products is considered a future development, which would be the subject of discussion between the regulator and the industry, as to the incremental value of such information in relation to the required systems implementation costs.

The income statement effects of hedging transactions, or "conversion" transactions such as interest rate swaps, should follow the classification of the income statement effects of the underlying instrument or position.

Companies are required to prepare their interim and annual financial statements in accordance with IFRSs for fiscal years beginning on or after January 1, 2011. The reporting package has been revised for all filers who are now reporting under IFRSs. References to CGAAP have been removed.

Section I - Interest income/expense

1. Income from deposits with regulated financial institutions

Include:

  • interest earned relating to Asset 1(b).

2. Income from securities

General instructions

Dividend income on term-preferred shares is accounted for on an accrual basis, subject to considerations of collectability.

Dividend income on other shares should not be accrued until it is clearly payable.

  1. Government of Canada Securities
    1. Include:
      1. amortization of discount relating to Government of Canada securities included in Asset 2(a).
  2. Securities Issued or Guaranteed by Canadian Provinces, Municipal or School Corporations
    1. Include:
      1. interest relating to securities issued or guaranteed by Canadian Provinces, Municipal or School Corporations included in Asset 2(a).
  3. Other Securities
    1. Include:
      1. interest and dividends relating to Asset 2(b).
  4. Securities Income of Securities Subsidiary
    1. Include:
      1. interest and dividends relating to all securities held by securities subsidiaries.

3. Non-mortgage loans to individuals for non-business purposes

General instructions

  1. Personal Loan Plan Loans
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to personal loan plans included in Asset 3(a)(vi).
    • Exclude:
      • fees and service charges (see Item 19(d)).
  2. Credit Card
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to credit cards included in Asset 3(a)(vi).
    • Exclude:
      • fees and service charges (see Item 19(c)).
  3. Made under Personal Lines of Credit
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to personal lines of credit included in Asset 3(a)(vi).
    • Exclude:
      • fees and service charges (see Item 19(d)).
  4. Other Personal
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to other non-mortgage loans to individuals for non-business purposes included in Asset 3(a)(vi) but not included in (a) or (b) or (c) above;
  5. Interest Income on Impaired Non-mortgage Loans
    • Include:
      • interest income on financial assets (or a group of similar financial assets) that have been written down as a result of an impairment loss.

4. Other non-mortgage loans

General instructions

The reporting of "fees" income from lending activities is to follow IAS 18, Revenues.

Include:

  • the gains or losses on the transfer of financial assets with recourse according to IFRS;
  • interest income from the assets transferred with recourse that are considered financing arrangements according to IFRS.
  1. Call and Other Short Loans to Investment Dealers and Brokers, Secured
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to Asset 3(a)(i).
  2. Regulated Financial Institutions
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to Asset 3(a)(ii).
  3. Canadian Federal Government, Provinces, Municipal or School Corporations
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to Asset 3(a)(iii).
  4. Foreign Governments
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to Asset 3(a)(iv).
  5. Lease Receivables
    • Include:
      • income that relates to Asset 3(a)(v) lease receivables.
    • Other Instructions:
      • Gains or losses on sales of equipment previously leased are to be included under Item 19(p) in Other Commissions and Fees.
  6. Reverse Repurchase Agreements
    • Include:
      • income that relates to Asset 3(a)(vii) reverse repurchase agreements
  7. Other Loans for Business Purposes
    • Include:
      • income relating to Asset 3(a)(viii).
  8. Interest Income on Impaired Other Non-mortgage Loans
    • Include:
      • interest income on financial assets (or a group of similar financial assets) that have been written down as a result of an impairment loss.

5. Mortgages

General

  • include amortization of premium or discount on mortgages purchased;
  • include amortization of (a) interest rate adjustments through buy-downs and; (b) penalty fees of the remaining life of the respective mortgage;
  • include the gains or losses on the sale of mortgages transferred without recourse, immediately, and for transfers of mortgages with recourse any gains or losses are to be accounted for according to IFRS;
  • management fees on mortgages administered but not owned by the institution are to be reported in Item 19(f);
  • include interest income from mortgages transferred with recourse that are considered financing arrangements according to IFRS.
  1. Residential - Insured
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to Asset 3(b)(i)(A).
  2. Residential - Uninsured
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to Asset 3(b)(i)(B).
  3. Non-residential
    • Include:
      • interest earned relating to Asset 3(b)(ii).
  4. Interest Income on Impaired Mortgages
    • Include:
      • interest income on financial assets (or a group of similar financial assets) that have been written down as a result of an impairment loss.

6. Other

Include:

  • interest earned on Asset 6;
  • interest earned on assets not included in other categories.

7. Total interest income including dividends

The sum of the component line references will include income for Items 1 to 6.

Deposits

General Instructions for Deposits

Include brokerage fees paid for the placement of deposit instruments. In the case of term deposits, any significant fees should be amortized over the term of the deposit.

Interest on deposits includes any amortization of discounts or premiums.

8. Interest on demand and notice deposits

  1. Federal and Provincial
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 1(a).
  2. Municipal or school corporations
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 1(b).
  3. Deposit-Taking Institutions
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 1(c).
  4. Individuals
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 1(d).
  5. Others
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 1(e).

9. Interest on fixed-term deposits

  1. Federal and Provincial
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 2(a).
  2. Municipal or school corporations
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 2(b).
  3. Deposit-Taking Institutions
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 2(c).
  4. Individuals
    1. Tax-sheltered
      • Include:
        • interest on Liability 2(d)(i).
    2. Other
      • Include:
        • interest on Liability 2(d)(ii).
  5. Others
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 2(e).

10. Total interest on deposits

The sum of Items 8 and 9.

11. Interest on subordinated debt

Include:

  • interest on Liability 8 on an amortized basis;
  • amortization of underwriting fees associated with new debt issues.

12. Other interest-bearing liabilities

  1. Advances from the Bank of Canada
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 4;
      • fees paid in lieu of taking advances from the Bank of Canada.
  2. Liabilities of Subsidiaries other than Deposits
    1. Call and Other Short Loans Payable
      • Include:
        • interest on Liability 6(a)(i).
    2. Other
      • Include:
        • interest on Liability 6(a)(ii).
  3. Other
    • Include:
      • interest on Liability 6(b)-(k), e.g., interest on obligations related to borrowed securities and assets sold under repurchase agreements;
      • other interest expenses not elsewhere reported.

13. Total interest expense

The sum of Items 10 to 12.

14. Net interest income

Item 7 minus Item 13.

15. Charge for impairment

Include:

  • all charges for impairment on recognized and unrecognized items.

16. Net interest income after charge for impairment

Item 14 minus Item 15.

Section II - Non-interest income and expenses

General instructions

17. Trading income

Include:

  • realized and unrealized gains (losses) on trading assets and liabilities other than derivatives;
  • realized and unrealized gains (losses) on interest rate, equity, commodity and other derivative contracts for trading assets and liabilities, including forward, futures, swap and options contracts;
  • realized and unrealized gains (losses) on foreign exchange contracts for trading assets and liabilities, including forward, futures, swap and options contracts, and revaluation gains (losses) on spot trading positions;
  • realized and unrealized gains (losses) on trading gold and silver bullion and other precious metals;
  • realized and unrealized gains (losses) on derivative contracts and other instruments used to hedge trading assets and liabilities.

Other Instructions:

  • Realized and unrealized gains (losses) on derivative trading assets and liabilities include all revenues and expenses directly related to these instruments.

18. Gains (losses) on instruments held for other than trading purposes

Include:

  • realized gains (losses) from sales of non-trading securities;
  • realized gains (losses) on interest rate, foreign exchange, equity, commodity and other derivative contracts for non-trading assets and liabilities, including forward, futures, swap and options contracts;
  • realized gains (losses) on non-trading gold and silver bullion and other precious metals.

Other Instructions:

  • The income statement effects of hedging transactions, or "conversion" transactions such as interest rate swaps, should follow the classification of the income statement effects of the underlying instrument or position.

19. Other income

  1. Service Charges on Deposit Accounts
    1. Retail Deposit Accounts
      • Include:
        • service charges;
        • account activity charges;
        • per item levies on cheques;
        • charges under special arrangements re operation of accounts;
        • revenue re dormant account notices and dormant accounts closed;
          stop payment and returned cheques charges with respect to personal accounts;
        • fees from retail service plans where customers are charged for a package of services.
    2. Commercial Deposit Accounts
      • Include:
        • service charges on all current accounts and all non-personal accounts including fees from commercial service plans.
  2. Other Payment Services (to the extent not already included under 19(a) Service Charges)
    • Include:
      • automated teller service charges for cash withdrawals including Interac, Plus, Cirrus fees on a net basis;
      • commissions and fees from networking arrangements;
      • commissions on payment of household bills;
      • commissions on the sale of drafts, money orders and travellers cheques;
      • commissions re transfer of funds by mail, telephone or telegraph;
      • commissions for certification of cheques;
      • any income for computer services provided for customers;
      • commissions on the collection of drafts, cheques and other bills of exchange received on a collection basis, cashed or taken on deposit;
      • commission on the collection of accounts or monies receivable under assignment of accounts or contracts;
      • all commissions for wrapping, rolling, mailing or otherwise handling currency and coin on behalf of customers;
      • commissions for lock box services;
      • income from depository services;
      • other income from payment services not previously identified.
  3. Credit and Debit Card Service Fees
    • Include:
      • service fees on credit card transactions;
      • monthly or annual credit card account fees;
      • credit card merchant discount revenue;
      • all debit card-related fees;
      • credit card merchant membership fees, imprinter rentals, etc.
  4. Standby, Commitment and Other Loan Fees
    • Include:
      • fees and costs associated with credit facilities, including fees charged to customers for unused portions of authorized credits, fees on unconditional loan commitments, and charges in lieu of compensating balances;
      • daylight overdraft charges;
      • commissions charged to customers on loans on which, to the extent they are offset by deposits, no interest is paid;
      • fees for evaluating customer credit applications including verification of security (e.g., title searches);
      • fees for investigating and recommending the most appropriate credit arrangements (setup fees, structuring fees);
      • fees for evaluating the security for loans on an ongoing basis, processing notes and payments, and other administrative activities (e.g., maintaining records of pledged securities, aging lists of accounts receivable);
      • other loan fees not previously identified.
  5. Income from Securitization of Assets
    • Include:
      • gains or losses on sale of securitized assets according to IFRS;
      • servicing fees;
      • credit enhancement fees.
  6. Mortgage Fees
    • Include:
      • fees associated with all types of mortgage lending activities;
      • management fees on mortgages administered but not owned by the institution;
      • appraisal fees.
  7. Acceptance Fees
    • Include:
      • acceptance fees.
  8. Guarantees and Letters of Credit Fees
    • Include:
      • commissions arising from the issue of guarantees and letters of credit.
  9. Payroll Processing
    • Include:
      • fees earned from providing payroll processing services;
      • fees earned from making up cash payrolls or bulk payroll deposit services.
  10. Investment Management and Custodial Services
    • Include:
      • fees generated from estate and trust management, trust administration, and from acting as agents for customers;
      • investment management revenues and investment advisory service fees;
      • custodial service fees;
      • proxy fees and similar charges to clients;
      • safety deposit box rentals;
      • commissions for safekeeping services;
      • Retirement Savings Plan application, management, administration and termination fees;
      • other related revenues not included elsewhere.
    • Exclude:
      • mutual fees included in item 19(k)
  11. Mutual (Investment) Fund Fees
    • Include:
      • fees generated from acting as a selling agent of units, shares or other interests in a mutual (investment) fund;
      • fees for acting as a collecting agent in the collection of payments for a mutual (investment) fund.
  12. Real Estate Commissions
    • Include:
      • commissions earned from acting as an agent on real estate transactions.
  13. Underwriting Fees on New Issues
    • Include:
      • revenue related to new issue business - underwriting and/or management fees, corporate and advisory fees, private placement fees.
  14. Securities Commissions and Fees
    • Include:
      • all commissions and fees earned on securities transactions less any amounts paid to other brokers;
      • sales and delivery commissions and redemption fees on Canada Savings Bonds;
      • fees for bonds lent to brokers.
  15. Foreign Exchange Revenue Other Than Trading
    • Include:
      • income from foreign exchange and precious metals related activities other than trading, e.g. branch commissions.
  16. Other Commissions and Fees
    • Include:
      • revenues received for preparing customer interest statements, mortgage calculations, transcribing statements and other services of a special nature not classified elsewhere, including letters written on behalf of customers for immigration or other purposes, listing contents of safety deposit boxes, envelopes and packages held for safekeeping, and conducting a search for vouchers;
      • commissions charged for obtaining credit reports for customers and for providing credit reports on customers to outside parties;
      • advisory fees, where the institution receives a periodic contractual fee for management or other services (unrelated to the institution's general financial operations) performed on behalf of third parties;
      • income from audit confirmations with respect to customers' accounts, securities held for safekeeping and loan positions;
      • all profits and losses, on the disposal of premises with the exception of sale lease-back situations;
      • any write-down of the value of land;
      • any revenue generated by providing telecommunications services (such as transmission of information, electronic information transfers, etc.) provided for customers;
      • rental income net of related expense on real estate investment properties
      • profit or loss realized by leasing subsidiaries from the sale of equipment previously leased;
      • any hedge ineffectiveness;
      • any other income not itemized elsewhere.
  17. Insurance-Related Non-Interest Income

    Insurance-Related Income comprises certain income categories from Insurance Subsidiaries that do not readily fall into the income categories used in institution financial statements. This income is to be reported as "Insurance-Related Income". Any non-interest income from Insurance-Related Assets (Asset 15 on the Balance Sheet) is to be reported as "Insurance-Related Income".

    1. Premium Income
      1. Insurance
        • Include:
          • all premiums related to insurance operations other than annuity considerations.
      2. Annuities
        • Include:
          • annuity premiums.

      LESS:

    2. Policy Benefits Expenses
      1. Insurance
        • Include:
          • policy benefit under contracts of insurance.
      2. Annuities
        • Include:
          • policy benefit under annuity contracts.
      3. Other Policyholder Benefits
        • Include:
          • other policyholder benefits such as participating account dividends and experience rating refunds.
  18. Dilution Gains
    • Include:
      • income from dilution gains arising from sale of own shares.
  19. Share of income (loss) of associates and joint ventures
    • Include:
      • company’s share of the income (loss) of investments carried using the equity method – including joint ventures

20. Total of other income

21. Non-interest income

The sum of Items 17, 18 and 20.

22. Net interest and non-interest income

The sum of Items 16 and 21.

Non-interest expense

23. Salaries, pensions and other staff benefits

  1. Salaries
    • Include:
      • full-time employee salaries, wages, bonuses and all other forms of remuneration;
      • part-time remuneration;
      • amounts paid to temporary personnel agencies.
  2. Defined Benefit Pension Plan Expense
    • Include:
      • current service cost
      • any past service cost and gain or loss on settlement
      • net interest on the net defined benefit liability (asset)
  3. Pension Contributions and Other Staff Benefits (other than included in 23(a) and (b) above)
    • Include:
      • pension contributions to private, federal and provincial pension funds;
      • special contributions;
      • retirement allowances to retired employees other than from the pension fund;
      • contributions to premiums for group sickness, dental and accident and life insurance for employees;
      • contributions to Unemployment Insurance and Worker's Compensation;
      • contributions to national pension plans and staff benefit plans in foreign countries;
      • contributions to employees' savings plans and profit-sharing plans;
      • cost of staff recreation plans and death benefits.

24. Premises and equipment

  1. Rental of Real Estate
    1. Gross Rental Income
      • Include:
        • gross rentals received from tenants and sub-tenants.
      • Exclude:
        • rental income on real estate investment properties, reported under item 19(p).
    2. Rental Expenses
      • Include:
        • rental expenses for properties occupied as institution premises.
      • Exclude:
        • rental expenses allocated to computer costs that are to be reported under Item 24(c)(ii).
  2. Premises, Furniture and Fixtures
    1. Depreciation
      • Include:
        • depreciation of buildings and amortization of leasehold improvements;
        • depreciation on automobiles, trailers and aircraft;
        • depreciation of furniture and fixtures.
    2. Other
      • Include:
        • maintenance of office furniture;
        • cost of maintenance of fire, burglary and other alarm systems;
        • alterations to premises considered as normal repairs;
        • all maintenance, cleaning expenses; i.e., janitor and cleaning services by outside firms, cleaning material and supplies, etc., and decorating expenses of property owned or rented and administrative expenses in respect thereof not reported elsewhere;
        • all municipal taxes on property owned or rented;
        • rental costs of furniture and fixtures as well as purchases of such items that are expended;
        • electric utility expenses, heating, water and any other standard utility expenses;
        • premium paid for fire and other property insurance;
        • other expenses related to premises, furniture and fixtures.
  3. Computers and Equipment
    1. Depreciation
      • Include:
        • depreciation on computers, office machines and equipment.
    2. Other
      • Include:
        • maintenance of computers, office machines and equipment;
        • rental costs of computers and equipment;
        • equipment purchases that are expended;
        • software, service bureau and network costs;
        • other computer and equipment expenses.

25. Other expenses

  1. Advertising, Public Relations and Business Development
    • Include:
      • costs of sales promotion activities and materials other than postage and distribution costs;
      • costs relating to advertising in the national press, periodicals, and other media;
      • cost of staff magazines, annual reports to shareholders and all other publications of the institution, including those issued for public relations purposes;
      • expenses reimbursed to employees for business development activities and entertainment of customers;
      • costs of receptions, conferences and conventions for business development purposes, including costs of attendance, hosting and entertaining at such functions;
      • dues paid on behalf of employees, including membership in Board of Trade, Chamber of Commerce and other service organizations;
      • travel expenses incurred by employees in the normal course of business, where such expenses are covered by an advance or reimbursed by the institution;
      • expenses arising from car allowances to institution officers, maintenance expenses of institution automobiles and aircraft and expenses associated with transfer of institution officers.
    • Exclude:
      • reimbursed travel expenses associated with employee trainee activities reported under Item 25(j).
  2. Office and General Expenses
    • Include:
      • stationery expenses;
      • postage and distribution costs on advertising material, sales promotion and other publications mailed, including calendars;
      • telephone, telegram, cable, postage, express, duty and forwarding charges;
      • other office expenses not included elsewhere.
    • Exclude:
      • communications expenses allocated as computer costs, under Item 24(c)(ii); e.g., network costs.
  3. Real Estate Commission Expense
    • Include:
      • real estate commissions expenses incurred and related to real estate sales activities (see Item 19(l)).
  4. Capital and Business Taxes
    1. Canadian Capital Taxes
      • Include:
        • Canadian capital taxes incurred.
    2. Other
      • Include:
        • other capital taxes incurred;
        • municipal and business taxes, including U.S. state and municipal taxes, and all other taxes, including foreign franchise taxes, except property taxes reported under Item 24(b)(ii) and income taxes.

        Note: (The appropriate amount of foreign tax to be included above should be determined using these guidelines:

        1. a foreign tax levied on income is to be included in the provision for income taxes (Item 28);
        2. a foreign tax on capital is to be included in miscellaneous taxes (Item 27(d)(ii)); and
        3. a foreign tax that is computed by reference to income or capital is to be included in the provision for income taxes (Item 28).

        This treatment recognizes that most city and state taxes are computed by reference to corporate income. However, it should be noted that this treatment could create a difference between accounting and tax records where the tax is based on capital).

      • Exclude:
        • foreign income taxes of a kind allowed as a deduction from Canadian Income Taxes.
  5. General Insurance Expense
    • Include:
      • premiums for bankers' blanket bond policies covering possible large fraud losses and the like and other insurance premiums;
      • premiums paid to cover recurring small losses;
      • premiums paid on Personal Plan Loan insurance.
    • Exclude:
      • property insurance, staff benefits and deposit insurance.
  6. Directors' Fees and Related Expenses
    • Include:
      • aggregate fees and expenses paid to directors for attending institution meetings;
      • aggregate fees and expenses paid to directors for attending subsidiary companies' meetings.
  7. Deposit Insurance Premiums
    • Include:
      • premiums paid to deposit insurers such as Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (U.S.) and others.
  8. Donations
    • Include:
      • donations to charitable organizations.
  9. Association, Clearing and Regulatory Fees
    • Include:
      • assessed expenses in connection with associations such as the Canadian Bankers Association, Canadian Payments Association, SWIFT, CHIPS, CDS and Euroclear;
      • assessed expenses of regulation.
  10. Employee Training and Development
    • Include:
      • course fees, registration fees or similar expenses incurred in enrolling employees in a course of study, and fees for participating in seminars, symposia and similar meetings of short duration;
      • costs other than salaries relating to internal training schools and programs;
      • other direct expenses and reimbursed travel expenses attributed to employee training programs, where they are paid by the institution.
  11. Professional Fees
    1. Audit Fees
      • Include:
        • all fees paid to professional accounting firms for the institution and its subsidiaries.
      • Exclude:
        • amounts paid to regulatory bodies. Report such amounts under Item 25(i).
    2. Legal Fees
      • Include:
        • all legal fees or expenses paid to external lawyers.
      • Exclude:
        • legal fees relating to bad and doubtful loans, but add these to the loan account;
        • legal fees relating to recoveries of loans previously written off are to be treated as part of loan loss experience;
        • legal fees relating to fees earned on lending activities that should be netted and amortized.
    3. Management Fees
      • Include:
        • fees paid to third parties for management of the institution or any of its subsidiaries.
    4. Other
      • Include:
        • fees paid to management consultants or other professionals relating to special projects;
        • other fees paid on behalf of employees, for membership in professional organizations.
      • Exclude:
        • collection expenses relating to the recoveries of loans previously written off. These amounts should be treated as loan losses at the time of payment.
  12. Charge for Impairment (before taxes)
    1. Goodwill
      • when the carrying amount of Goodwill exceeds its fair value, an impairment loss should be recognized in an amount equal to the excess.
    2. Intangibles with indefinite lives
      • Include:
        • all charges for impairment on intangibles with indefinite lives
  13. Amortization Expenses
    1. Intangibles with definite lives
    2. Other
      • Include:
        • amortization expenses other than for goodwill or intangibles
  14. Other Expenses
    • Include:
      • the portion of the Goods and Services Tax input tax credit that represents a recovery of the Goods and Services Tax that has been previously expensed in the income statement;
      • amounts paid for obtaining credit reports for customers and for providing credit reports on customers to outside parties;
      • the net of losses absorbed by the institution as a result of defalcations, thefts, fraud, forgeries, tellers' shortages, cash overages, branch errors, lost items, etc.;
      • any hedge ineffectiveness;
      • general expenses not elsewhere reported.
    • Exclude:
      • fraud losses where the loss pertains to funds advanced to the customer in the form of loans or overdrafts; these losses are reported as part of loan loss experience.

26. Total non-interest expenses

Total of Items 23, 24 and 25.

27. Net income before provision for income taxes

Report Item 22 less Item 26.

28. Provision for income taxes

  1. Current
    • Include:
      • provision for current income taxes.
  2. Deferred
    • Include:
      • provision for future income taxes.

29. Net income before discontinued operations

Item 27 minus item 28.

30. Discontinued operations (net of taxes)

31. Net income attributable to equity holders and non-controlling interests (IFRS)

Net income is broken out as being attributable to "non-controlling interest" and to "equity holders". Net income attributable to equity holders and non-controlling interest should be completed as the sum of line 31(a) Net income attributable to non-controlling interest and line 31(b) Net income attributable to equity holders.

Note: Foreign bank branches are to report net income under line 31(b) if the net income is attributable to the owners of the parent (i.e. equity holders of the parent).

32. Dividends on preferred shares

Report dividends declared on preferred shares.

33. Net income applicable to common shares

Report Item 31 minus Item 32.

Section III – Consolidated statement of retained earnings

1. Balance at beginning of year

Report balance of retained earnings at beginning of the year.

2. Add: Net income (loss) attributable to equity holders

Add net income (loss) attributable to equity holders. This amended line equals line 31(b), excluding foreign bank branches.

3. Deduct

  1. Dividends declared
    • Deduct dividends declared on preferred and common shares.
  2. Other deductions (additions)
    • Add or deduct other items.

4. Balance at end of period

Report balance at the end of the period. This balance must agree with Liability 9(d) on the monthly balance sheet.

Section IV – Comprehensive income

General instructions

Under IFRS, total comprehensive income is presented as an allocation attributable to equity holders and non-controlling interests – thus is reported "gross" of non-controlling interests in lines 1-4 inclusive.

Schedule 1 – Comprehensive income (loss)

1. Net income attributable to equity holders and non-controlling interests

Include:

  • Net Income attributable to non-controlling interests as reported under Item 31(a).
  • Line 1 is to include net income attributable to both equity holders and non-controlling interests (line 1 Section II = Line 31 Section II)

2. Other comprehensive income (loss)

Line 2 items are reported gross of non-controlling interests (i.e. attributable to both equity holders and non-controlling interests)

Items that may be reclassified subsequently to Net Income:

  1. Securities Classified as Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income
    1. Change in Unrealized Gains and Losses
      • Filers Reporting Under IAS 39:
        • Include:
          • Report the after-tax period change in fair values for securities classified as Available for Sale by security type (equities, debt, loans).
      • Filers Reporting Under IFRS 9:
        • Changes in realized and unrealized gains and losses on equity instruments designated at Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income are not reclassified to net income.
    2. Reclassification of (Gains)/Losses to Net Income
      • Include:
        • In accordance with IAS 1, Presentation of Financial Statements, report the after-tax adjustment to reclassify amounts of revenue, expense, gain and loss previously recognized in other comprehensive income, for securities classified as Available for Sale/Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income, to the income statement.
  2. Derivatives Designated as Cash Flow Hedges
    1. Change in Unrealized Gains and Losses
      • Include:
        • Report the after-tax period change in unrealized gains and losses for effective cash flow hedging instruments.
    2. Reclassification of (Gains)/Losses to Net Income
      • Include:
        • In accordance with IAS 1, Presentation of Financial Statements, report the after-tax adjustment to reclassify amounts of revenue, expense, gain and loss previously recognized in other comprehensive income, under the classification of Derivatives Designated as Cash Flow Hedges, to the income statement.
  3. Foreign Currency Translation
    1. Change in Unrealized Gains and Losses
      • Include:
        • Report the after-tax period change in gains and losses from the translation of foreign operations.
    2. Impact of Hedging
      • Include:
        • In accordance with IAS 1, Presentation of Financial Statements, report the gains (losses) on hedges of unrealized foreign currency translation losses and gains.
  4. Share of other comprehensive income (loss) of associates and joint ventures
    • (See Section I description for further description on joint ventures and associates)
      IFRS (IAS 1) requires the reporting entity to present separately in the face of the statement of comprehensive income its share of the other comprehensive income of associates and joint ventures – reported on the equity method.
    • Report company's share of associates' and joint ventures' other comprehensive income (loss).
  5. Other
    • Includes items not included in other categories that do not need to be separated for OSFI reporting purposes.
    • Subtotal of items that may be reclassified subsequently to Net Income:
      • Sum of (a) – (e)
    • Items that will not be reclassified to Net Income:
      1. Changes in Investments in Equity Instruments designated at FVOCI (IFRS 9)
        • Report the after-tax period change in fair values for equities classified as FVOCI.
      2. Remeasurements of Defined Benefit Plans
        • Include actuarial gains and losses on defined benefit plans (including differences between actual return on plan assets and the amount recognized in profit or loss).
      3. Other
        • Includes items not included in other categories that do not need to be separated for OSFI reporting purposes.
        • Subtotal of items that will not be reclassified to Net Income:
          • Sum of (a) and (b)

3. Total other comprehensive income (loss)

Report balance at the end of the period for Other Comprehensive Income (Loss).

4. Total comprehensive income (loss)

Report total of all Items listed in Schedule 1, Other Comprehensive Income (Loss).

  1. Attributable to equity holders of the bank
  2. Attributable to non- controlling interests

Complete lines 4 a) and 4 b); Line 4=line 4a) + 4 b)

  1. represents equity holders interest in total comprehensive income
  2. represents non-controlling interests in total comprehensive income

Schedule 2 – Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss), attributable to equity holders, net of taxes

AOCI is reported net of non-controlling interests (i.e. attributable to equity holders).

1. Accumulated gains (losses)

Items that may be reclassified subsequently to Net Income:

  1. Securities Classified as Fair Value Through Other Comprehensive Income
    • Filers Reporting Under IAS 39:
      • Include:
        • Report the cumulative effect of after-tax period changes in fair values for securities classified as Available for Sale by security type (equities, debt, loans).
    • Filers Reporting Under IFRS 9:
      • Equity instruments designated at Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income are not reclassified to net income.
  2. Derivatives Designated as Cash Flow Hedges
    • Include:
      • Report the cumulative effect of after-tax period changes in unrealized gains and losses for effective cash flow hedging instruments.
  3. Foreign Currency Translation
    • Include:
      • Report the after-tax period change in gains and losses from the translation of foreign operations.
  4. Share of other comprehensive income of associates and joint ventures
    • Line was added to accommodate the accumulation of the company's share of other comprehensive income of associates and joint ventures which requires separate presentation in the statement of other comprehensive income (schedule I).
  5. Other
    • Includes items not included in other categories that do not need to be separated for OSFI reporting purposes.
    • Subtotal of items that may be reclassified subsequently to Net Income:
      • Sum of (a) – (e)
    • Items that will not be reclassified to Net Income:
      1. Equities (IFRS 9)
        • Report the cumulative effective of after-tax period change in fair values for equities classified as FVOCI.
      2. Remeasurements of Defined Benefit Plans
        • Include the accumulated actuarial gains and losses on defined benefit plans.
      3. Other
        • Includes items not included in other categories that do not need to be separated for OSFI reporting purposes – for example, property, plant and equipment revaluation surplus.
        • Subtotal of items that will not be reclassified to Net Income:
          • Sum of (a) and (b)

2. Total

Report balance at the end of the period.

Section V – Charge for impairment other than loans

Captures the impairment and subsequent reversal of impairment (if any) on securities (line 1) and other assets (line 2), other than loans. (Note that on the balance sheet (M4), amounts for "securities" and "other assets" (e.g., goodwill) are reported net of impairment. The carrying amounts reported include impairment, if any.)

Section V is required because IFRS permits reversal of impairment of assets, other than goodwill.

This section should only reflect those instruments that are not fair valued through the income statement. For example, DTIs should report securities that are carried as AFS but not trading securities.