Financial Reporting Resources
Reserve Requirements of Depository Institutions
Prohibition Against Payment of Interest on Demand Deposits
Bank Holding Companies and Change in Bank Control
Useful LinksFederal Reserve System Reporting Forms
The information gathered by reporting forms 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.
Federal Reserve Bank Services, Central Bank Programs
Offers centralized access to information on regulatory and financial reporting and required reserves.
National Information Center
A primary source for structure, financial, and supervisory information on individual banking and financial institutions.
Information Collections Under Review
Proposed comments and final versions of changes to Federal Reserve regulations and information collections.
The Federal Reserve System Purposes and Functions
Publication explaining the role of the Federal Reserve System in the economy.
Statistical Releases and Historical Data
Daily, weekly, monthly, and annual monetary releases.
Federal Open Market Committee
Members, calendar, meeting minutes, and transcripts from the FOMC.
The Federal Financial Institution Examination Council (FFIEC) publishes Uniform Bank Performance Reports quarterly, derived from Bank Call Report data. The performance reports compare an individual bank's performance and balance sheet structure against similarly sized institutions. Customized performance reports are also available.
The Federal Reserve Board of Governors publishes quarterly bank holding company performance reports derived from bank holding company Y-series financial reports. Similar to the bank performance reports, a bank holding company's performance and balance sheet structure is compared to similarly sized institutions. Customized performance reports are not available for this reporting series.