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Banking Research & Data


The Federal Reserve System produces a variety of data to enhance transparency about the financial services industry. This section includes links to data on individual institutions, the banking industry, and the economy.

Additionally, we have teams of financial economists, research and surveillance analysts that perform a wide variety of research on the implications of current economic and financial developments for supervised institutions; as well as develop tools and analytical products and services related to the financial sector, with the overall goal of promoting sound supervisory policy.

Quantitative Supervision & Regulation

Our Financial Economists and Quantitative Research Analysts assess the implications of current economic and financial developments for supervised institutions, develop internal models, review bank’s quantitative models and assist on the formulation of supervisory policy.

Annual Report of Holding Companies - FR Y-6

Access to FR Y-6 (Annual Report of Holding Companies) report submissions.

Banking Market Definitions

Banking markets for the Fifth District are defined by the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Not all areas in the District are defined and definitions are subject to change as applications are processed. For questions about these definitions, please contact a member of the Bank Applications/Casework section of the Research Department.

Banking Trends

See the rates at which residential mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures are occurring in the Fifth District states of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina and compare those rates to national trends.

Banking Statistics

Learn more about commercial bank performance in the Fifth District region of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina by viewing aggregate information about Federal Reserve loans and net charge-offs and financial institution assets, loans, liabilities and equity, as well as summary statistics for capital, earnings, balance sheet structure and credit quality.

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