Banking

Reporting Forms

 

Man filling out a form

The Federal Reserve uses a wide range of tools to collect data from bank holding companies, depository institutions, other financial and non-financial entities, and consumers. Collected data is used for monetary policy development, supervision and regulation of the banking industry, and protection of consumers' rights.

All Forms

View a complete list of reporting forms, including a description, due date, and who to contact if you have a question.

Savings and Loan Holding Companies Resource Page

Information about regulatory report forms, instructions, recent news and other helpful information.

Latest Updates

Receive the latest changes on report forms and instructions and other announcements.

Reporting Items Currently Under Review

The Federal Reserve information collections listed on the Board of Governor's web site are currently under review, awaiting implementation, or have been recently approved and implemented. The Federal Reserve review process is in accordance with the specifications of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995. As part of that process, we have published a request for public comment in the Federal Register.

Introduction to Regulatory Reporting

Training materials to provide a better understanding of Regulatory Reporting.

Electronic Reporting

Explore ways to submit your regulatory and statistical reports to the Federal Reserve through the Web.

Please note: Electronic submission of the FR Y-10 report is accomplished by using a separate web application known as the FR Y-10 online.

Contact Us

Richmond

Jason Annis
Holding Company Reports
(804) 697-8291

Travis Taylor
Deposit Reports
(804) 697-8372

Joanne Mason
Structure Reports
(804) 697-8173

Mailbox
Mailing Address

The reports that are not submitted via IESUB should be mailed to the following address:

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
P.O. Box 27622
Richmond, VA 23261

Overnight Deliveries

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
701 East Byrd Street
Richmond, VA 23219