Central Bank Forms

Use the links below to access the Central Bank forms and agreements you will need.

Service and Access Setup provides more details and guidance on the steps required to begin using a new service or to modify access to current services or applications.

If you are unable to locate the form you seek, please refer to the Central Bank Services section of Contact Us for a comprehensive list of service and support contacts who can assist you.

Lending Central Forms
All Discount Window forms and agreements, including instructions for completion, are located in this section of Central Bank Forms. For more information, visit the Discount Window website (Off-site Link) or contact your Discount Window District Contact (Off-site Link) if you have questions.
Required Agreements
Letter of Agreement
To be completed if your institution would like to establish access to the Federal Reserve Discount Window.

NOTE: All Discount Window loans must be fully secured. Please see the Federal Reserve System Guide to Discount Window Collateral (Off-site Link) for information on collateral.

If your depository institution is a U.S. branch or agency of a foreign bank, please contact your Discount Window District Contact
(Off-site Link) for additional Discount Window documentation requirements.
Form (Off-site Link, DOC)
Authorizing Resolutions for Borrowers
The Authorizing Resolutions for Borrowers evidences an institution's authorization to borrow from and pledge assets to a Reserve Bank.

NOTE: If your institution was chartered by the State of Wisconsin, please complete the Authorizing Resolutions for Borrowers Chartered by the State of Wisconsin (Off-site Link, DOC).
Form (Off-site Link, DOC)
Official OC-10 Authorization List
The Official OC-10 Authorization List is a list of individuals, including their titles, who are authorized to borrow and/or pledge/withdraw collateral as specified in the institution's Authorizing Resolutions for Borrowers.
Form (Off-site Link)
Letter of Agreement to Correspondent Credit and Payment Agreement
If your institution does not have a Federal Reserve account, please select a correspondent to receive Discount Window advances and make payments on your institution's behalf.
Form (Off-site Link, DOC)
Certificate
The certificate will provide the Federal Reserve Bank all of the information needed to make an effective UCC-1 financing statement filing against the Borrower.

NOTE: This document may not be required, contact your Discount Window District Contact (Off-site Link) for more information.
Form (Off-site Link, DOC)
Other Agreements and Documents
Letter of Agreement to Correspondent Credit and Payment Agreement
If your institution chooses not to have a Federal Reserve account, you must designate a correspondent’s account to receive loans and payments on your institution's behalf by executing this agreement.
Form (Off-site Link, DOC)
Form of Agreement for Third-Party Custodian to Hold Collateral
This agreement allows an institution to designate a third party custodian to provide collateral custody services in connection with the Discount Window.
Form (Off-site Link, DOC)
FR 2046: Selected Balance Sheet Items for Discount Window Borrowers
The Federal Reserve collects balance sheet data from Discount Window borrowers on the FR 2046 to monitor Discount Window borrowing. Borrowers report six data items: total securities, federal funds sold and resale agreements, total loans (gross), total assets, total deposits and federal funds purchased and repurchase agreements.
Form (Off-site Link)
Please submit completed agreements to your Federal Reserve Bank (Off-site Link).

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Reporting Central Forms
All Reporting Central forms and reports, including instructions for completion, are located in this section of Central Bank Forms. For more information, visit the Reporting Central Application Setup page or contact your Reporting and Reserves District Contact if you have questions.

For information about setting up Reporting Central access for individuals who are located outside of the United States or its territories, review the
Reporting Central Frequently Asked Questions or contact the Customer Contact Center at (888) 333-7010, Option 3 for more information on this process.
Financial and Regulatory Reports
Reporting Forms
The Federal Reserve uses reporting forms to collect data from bank holding companies, depository institutions, other financial and nonfinancial entities, and consumers. Use of the forms is required in some cases, voluntary in others. Some data are collected periodically, others only occasionally.
Form (Off-site Link)
Call Report Forms
FFIEC 031
Consolidated reports of condition and income for a bank with domestic and foreign offices.

Form (Off-site Link)

FFIEC 041
Consolidated reports of condition and income for a bank with domestic offices only - replaces FFIEC 032, FFIEC 033 and FFIEC 034.
Form (Off-site Link)
Treasury International Capital Forms
Forms and instructions for Treasury International Capital (TIC) data providers.
Form (Off-site Link)
Internet Electronic Submission
Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) User Request Form
The IESUB User Request Form must be signed by an authorized signatory at your institution. Once this form has been signed and returned, we will send you a user ID and password for each authorized staff member, the IESUB website address and the effective date of the security authorization. Once you are registered for this service, you can simply sign on to the IESUB website. Then, either key in your data or use the file transfer option to transmit your data in one of two specified file formats.
Form (PDF)
Reporting Central Application Forms
Step 1: Designate Authorized Individuals
Non-Account Holder Board Resolution and OAL
These documents serve as confirmation of your institution’s authority to engage in business with the Federal Reserve Banks and identify the individuals who have the authority to take actions that bind your institution as they relate to your use of Federal Reserve services.
Instructions (PDF)
Board Resolutions Form (PDF)
Official Authorization List (PDF)

Organizations that have been issued an ABA# complete this form
Non-Depository Institution and/or other Financial or Non-Financial Entities OAL
This document serves as confirmation of your institution’s authority to engage in business with the Federal Reserve Banks and identifies the individuals who have the authority to take actions that bind your institution as they relate to your use of Federal Reserve Bank services.
Form & Instructions (PDF)

Organizations that have been issued a CIN# complete this form
Federal Reserve Bank Reporting Central FedLine Access Authorization List
This document serves as confirmation of your organization’s authority to establish an electronic connection with the Federal Reserve Banks and identifies the individuals who have the authority to take actions that bind your organization as they relate to your use of the electronic connection to submit reports and other data to the Federal Reserve Banks. The individuals identified on the Authorization List will be able to transact business related to the Reporting Central function and provide instructions to the Reserve Banks related to the use of FedLine access solutions, and must be authorized to agree to the electronic access terms and conditions contained in Operating Circular 5.
Form (PDF) & Instructions (PDF)

Organizations with ONLY an RSSD ID (that have not been issued a CIN#) complete this form
Step 2: Establish End User Authorization Contacts
Federal Reserve Bank End User Authorization Contact (EUAC) Designation and Authorization Form for FedLine® Web-Based Services and Other Business Applications ("EUAC Form") to be used by Depository Institutions
This form gives the EUAC authority to designate authorized individuals (Subscribers) to access the Reporting Central application using the FedLine Web access solution. When we receive the completed End User Authorization Contact Form, a credential will be issued to that EUAC. The EUAC will use the FedLine credential to access the EUAC Center, which enables the EUAC to submit Subscriber requests, reset FedLine Subscriber passwords and access Subscriber reports and FedLine documentation once credentials have been issued to your organization's Subscribers.
Form (PDF)

Organizations that have been issued an ABA# complete this form
Federal Reserve Bank End User Authorization Contact (EUAC) Designation and Authorization Form for Reporting Central Services to be used by Other Financial or Non-Financial Entities
This form gives the EUAC authority to designate authorized individuals (Subscribers) to access the Reporting Central application using the FedLine Web access solution. When we receive the completed EUAC Form, a credential will be issued to that EUAC. The EUAC will use the FedLine credential to access the EUAC Center, which enables the EUAC to submit Subscriber requests, reset FedLine Subscriber passwords and access Subscriber reports and FedLine documentation once credentials have been issued to your organization's Subscribers.
Form (PDF)

Organizations that have been issued a CIN# or Only an RSSD ID complete this form
Step 3: Set Up FedLine Subscribers
Subscriber Requests
An organization's EUAC should submit a separate Subscriber request via the EUAC Center within FedLine Home for each individual who will be authorized to access the Reporting Central Services. The Subscriber request authorizes the Federal Reserve Banks to create a credential granting the Subscriber access to the Reporting Central Services indicated within the request.

NOTE: The EUAC will receive an acknowledgement email from the Federal Reserve confirming the receipt of the request.
Submit via the EUAC Center within FedLine Home


All organizations (with either an ABA#, a CIN# or Only an RSSD ID complete this form
Step 4: Set Up Report Access
Federal Reserve Bank Subscriber Access Request Form for Reporting Central (Form RC-1)
This form gives the EUAC authority to designate authorized individuals (Subscribers) specific report series access using the Reporting Central application. The form includes a listing of all reports that are transitioning to Reporting Central by the end of 2015. You can request access for all reports for which your organization is responsible using one form per Subscriber per legal entity. However, you can submit a spreadsheet if a Subscriber needs to request access to submit reports for more than 10 legal entities. Please note that you will not be able to access all reports you select on the form until the reports have been made available within the Reporting Central application. Once you have been granted access to a specific report series, you can simply logon to the Reporting Central application to key in your data.

Form (PDF)

All organizations will use their RSSD ID to complete this form

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Reserves Central Forms
All Reserves Central forms and reports, including instructions for completion, are located in this section of Central Bank Forms. For more information, visit Reserves Central or contact your Reporting and Reserves District Contact.
Excess Balance Account Forms
Excess Balance Account Participant Listing
This form should be used to provide an initial list of participants to verify eligibility and to provide a final list of confirmed participants.
Form (PDF)
Excess Balance Account Agreement
Appendix A
Appendix B
The Excess Balance Account Agreement and Appendix A should be completed by the agent to establish an excess balance account with the Federal Reserve Banks. Appendix A should be completed to add participants to the excess balance account, while Appendix B should be completed to remove participants from the excess balance account.
Form (PDF)
Form (PDF)
Form (PDF)
Reserves Central Reserve Account Administration Forms
Federal Reserve Bank End User Authorization Contact (EUAC) Designation and Authorization Form for FedLine Web Services and Other Business Applications
This form gives the EUAC authority to designate authorized individuals (Subscribers) who should be issued credentials to enable them to transact business using the FedLine Web or FedLine Advantage® access solutions. When we receive the properly completed End User Authorization Contact Form and perform applicable due diligence, a credential will be issued to the EUAC. The EUAC will use the FedLine credential to access the EUAC Center, which enables the EUAC to submit Subscriber requests, to reset FedLine Subscriber passwords and access Subscriber reports and FedLine documentation.

NOTE: A separate form must be submitted for each individual that will be designated as an EUAC. An individual listed as an “Alternate EUAC” must also be separately designated as an EUAC. This form must be signed by an individual listed on your organization's Official Authorization List (OAL).
Form (PDF)
Federal Reserve Bank External Subscriber Request
An organization's EUAC must complete a separate Subscriber request for each individual who will be authorized to access a FedLine access solution. This online request authorizes the Federal Reserve Banks to create a credential granting the Subscriber access to the Federal Reserve Financial Services indicated within the request. Subscriber Access Level Descriptions.

NOTE: The End User Authorization Contact (EUAC) will receive an acknowledgement email from the Federal Reserve Banks confirming the receipt of the request.
Submit via the EUAC Center within FedLine Home
Third Party Access Consent Form for Reserves Information and Reserves Account Administration Application
This form should be completed to grant an individual at another organization access to your organization's reserves information in Reserves Central−Reserves Account Administration (RC−RAA). The specified individual must have a credential to access RC−RAA.  Please submit completed Third Party Access Consent Forms to your organization's Administrative Reserve Bank. For a listing, visit the Reserves Central District Contacts page. For more information on setting up access to RC−RAA, visit the Reserves Central—Reserves Account Administration Application Setup page.
Form (PDF)
Third Party Access Consent Form for Term Deposit Facility Information
This form should be completed to grant another organization access to your organization's information in the Term Deposit Facility (TDF). Please submit completed Third Party Access Consent Forms to your organization's Administrative Reserve Bank. For a listing, visit the Reserves Central District Contacts page. For more information on setting up access to the Term Deposit Facility, visit the Term Deposit Facility Setup page.
Form (PDF)
Reserves Central - Term Deposit Facility Forms
Term Deposit Agreement
Appendix A of the Term Deposit Agreement must be completed to establish a term deposit with the Federal Reserve Banks.
Form (PDF)
Subscriber Request
A Subscriber request must be submitted for each individual who will need access to the Term Deposit Facility application. In addition, each individual needing access to Reserves Central — Term Deposit Facility also needs Reserves Central — Reserve Account Administration.
Submit via the EUAC Center within FedLine Home
Federal Reserve Bank End User Authorization Contact (EUAC) Designation and Authorization Form for FedLine Web-based Services and Other Business Applications
This form gives the EUAC authority to designate authorized individuals (Subscribers) who should be issued credentials to enable them to transact business using the FedLine Web or FedLine Advantage access solutions. When we receive the properly completed EUAC Form and perform applicable due diligence, a credential will be issued to the EUAC. The EUAC will use the FedLine credential to access the EUAC Center, which enables the EUAC to submit FedLine Subscriber requests, reset FedLine Subscriber passwords and access Subscriber reports and FedLine documentation.

NOTE: A separate form must be submitted for each individual that will be designated as an EUAC. An individual listed as an “Alternate EUAC” must also be separately designated as an EUAC. This form must be signed by an individual listed on your organization's Official Authorization List (OAL).
Form (PDF)
Transaction and Service Fee Settlement Authorization Form
This form must be completed if the institution wishes to settle its Term Deposit Facility activity through a correspondent.
Form (PDF)
Third Party Access Consent Form for Term Deposit Facility Information
This form should be completed to grant another organization access to your organization's information in the Term Deposit Facility (TDF).  Please submit completed Third Party Access Consent Forms to your organization's Administrative Reserve Bank. For a listing, visit the Reserves Central District Contacts page. For more information on setting up access to the Term Deposit Facility, visit the Term Deposit Facility Setup page.
Form (PDF)

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