The Federal Reserve Banks maintain and monitor accounts for financial institutions in their respective districts. As a result, payment transactions can be settled efficiently by debiting the accounts of the financial institutions making payments and by crediting the accounts of financial institutions receiving payments.
The Federal Reserve Banks’ suite of Account Services Accounting Information Services (AIS) offers a variety of reports and inquiry services that provide a reliable, complete, and timely source of information about entries debited or credited to an institution's account. Online delivery of the information is designed to maintain confidentiality and security since all transmissions are encrypted. These services include the following:
Account Management Information (AMI) is a powerful online tool that offers critical real-time information regarding your Federal Reserve Bank account and enables you to generate a variety of summary and detail reports and inquiry services.
Premium AIS offerings extends the features and benefits of AMI and provides a variety of AIS data files.
Daylight Overdraft Reports are produced for financial institutions that incur daylight overdraft activity in their Federal Reserve Bank account as well as (or including) those institutions directed to receive reports for monitoring purposes.
Service Charge Information (SCI) provides a means for you to view your monthly Summary Statement of Service Charges and to “drill down” to view the details of these charges.
The daily Statement of Account provides details for transactions that have posted for your financial institution, Secondary RTNS (Subaccounts and Other Secondary RTNs), Respondents, and Correspondents, if applicable. The Statement of Account is available through a variety of formats and may be accessible as part of the Account Management Information service described above or delivered via the FedMail solution.
The Statement of Service Charges details service charges and transaction data for your financial institution based on services performed by the Federal Reserve Banks. These monthly statements may be accessed as part of the Service Charge Information service described above or delivered via direct connection or FedMail access solutions.
FedTransaction Analyzer enables financial institutions to streamline after-the-fact analysis of payment transactions and provides access to a historical transaction database to help automate manual reporting processes.
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