Reporting Central

The Federal Reserve uses reporting forms to collect data from bank holding companies, depository institutions, other financial and nonfinancial entities and consumers. Submission of the forms is required in some cases, voluntary in others. Some data are collected frequently, others only occasionally. The information gathered by these reports aids the Federal Reserve in carrying out its responsibilities for the conduct of monetary policy, the supervision and regulation of the banking industry and the protection of consumers’ rights.


Reporting Central provides financial institutions with information about our electronic reporting application, report forms, instructions and relevant documents needed for preparing and filing regulatory and financial reports.

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Survey Central provides consumers, financial institutions and non-financial entities with information about our electronic survey application and relevant documents needed for preparing and completing surveys.

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Testing the Reporting Central Application

You can test the Reporting Central application in the test environment (Off-site). If you have questions related to testing, please contact your local Reporting Central District Contact.

Training Details

A Reporting Central External User Guide (PDF) is for the benefit of individuals responsible for the preparation and submission of reports. The user guide provides information on how to:

  • Log into the application using your Federal Reserve Bank issued physical token
  • Navigate through the screens of the application to submit files electronically
  • Direct data entry into the application

Reports and Forms

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:

Information for Foreign Banking Organizations and Vendors

The link below provides a list of financial and structure reports that a Foreign Bank Organization (FBO) may have to file:

If you plan to set up any End User Authorization Contacts (EUACs) or Subscribers who are located outside of the United States or its territories, please contact the Support Center for more information on this process.

The link below provides vendor contacts for report preparation software:

Please share Reporting Central application information, located on the Reporting Central Resource Center, with all vendors who support software development for your organization. For all inquiries related to Reporting Central, software vendors should contact Vendor Communications.

We're Here to Help

Please contact your local Reporting Central District Contact with questions regarding electronic submission of financial data and reporting instructions. For assistance with setting up access to the Reporting Central application via the FedLine Web Solution, contact the Federal Reserve's Support Center.

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