Florida Office of Financial Regulation Extends Third Quarter Filing Deadlines

The Office of Financial Regulation (OFR) has issued OFR Omnibus Order 2022-01 Hurricane Ian.

OFR Omnibus Order 2022-01 extends filing deadlines for third quarter 2022 financial reports for all financial institutions subject to the Florida financial institutions codes, suspending and tolling due dates to November 23, 2022, in concert with Governor DeSantis’s Executive Order 218 (amended by Executive Order 219), or any extension thereof.

Please see the specific language in the OFR Omnibus Order 2022-01 related to financial institutions below;

Section 2 –  Division of Financial Institutions:

The deadlines under the Florida Financial Institutions Codes for all state trust companies and registered family trust companies to file the third quarter call or financial report, and all international branches and international bank agencies to file the third quarter capital equivalency and asset maintenance report, are suspended and tolled until the expiration of Executive Order No. 22-218, or any extension thereof.

The deadline under the Florida Financial Institutions Codes for state banks, credit unions, and international branches and international bank agencies to file the September 30th consolidated reports of condition and income (“Call Reports”), originally due on October 30, 2022, is suspended and tolled until the expiration of Executive Order No. 22-218, or any extension thereof.

No late fee shall be assessed in connection with any deadline for action or reporting or filing that is extended or suspended and tolled during this period.

Please contact your respective Regulatory Bureau primary point of contact for our Office, or you may contact us utilizing our Division of Financial Institutions mainline at (850) 487-9687, Option 4, if you have any questions or if our Office can be of any assistance.

Written by
Lizeth George
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