The Federal Reserve collects data from financial institutions, bank holding companies, other financial and nonfinancial entities and consumers. Information collected aids the Federal Reserve in carrying out its responsibilities of monetary policy, the supervision and regulation of the banking industry and the protection of consumers' rights.
This section offers information on filing reports electronically via our Internet reporting applications: Reporting Central, Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) or FR Y-10. You also have easy access to reports and forms, and other relevant documents for preparing and filing regulatory and financial reports.
The Reporting Central application allows for a more secure, technically advanced, and efficient system that encompasses a single point of entry for electronic submission and file uploads. Institutions can utilize the FedLine Web® access solution to submit reports data and obtain access to electronic reporting applications, report forms and instructions.
The following reports are in the process of transitioning to the Reporting Central application. To learn more, click the links to visit the following transition pages:
For information, please visit the Reporting Central Resource Center.
Click the button below to access the Reporting Central application:
Click the button below to access the IESUB system:
For access to the Reporting Central test environment, click here. If you have questions related to testing the Reporting Central application, please contact your local Reporting and Reserves District Contact.
The Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) application allows you to submit your regulatory and statistical reports to the Federal Reserve through the Web. The Reports Available via IESUB can be quickly and easily submitted via data entry, spreadsheet or file transfer.
The FR Y-10 Online (Off-site Link) application is used for reporting structure changes.
The links below provide information about report forms and instructions available from the Federal Reserve, Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council and the U.S. Department of the Treasury:
The links below provide information about financial and structure reports that a Bank Holding Company (BHC) may have to file:
The link below provides a list of financial and structure reports that a Foreign Bank Organization (FBO) may have to file:
Please share Reporting Central application information, located on the Reporting Central Resource Center, with all vendors who support the software development for your organization.
Follow this link for a Vendor Contact List for Report Preparation Software (PDF).
Please contact your local Reporting and Reserves District Contact with questions about any of the reports or forms listed above. Please send general questions about the Reporting Central application transition process to NY.REPORTINGCENTRALCOMMUNICATION@NY.FRB.ORG.
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