Financial & Regulatory Reporting
The St. Louis Fed's Financial and Regulatory Reporting units collect and process financial and regulatory information submitted by District institutions via a series of mandatory and voluntary reporting forms. These reports include:
- quarterly balance sheet and income statements, along with their accompanying schedules;
- deposit data, which is used to construct monetary aggregates and to determine depository institutions' levels of required reserves.
The Federal Reserve offers electronic submission of many Financial and Regulatory reports through Reporting Central. Financial institutions will access Reporting Central via the FedLine® Web Access Solutions.
Reporting Central will subject the financial institution’s data submission to validity edits that must be resolved before the data can be accepted. However, the requirement to supply explanations to quality edits at the time of data submission has been removed. Financial institutions are encouraged to provide quality edit explanations via email to our Statistics shared inbox.
Additional information about the Reporting Central application, including an online resource center, is available at FRB Services: Reporting Central.
Please refer to our Submission Deadlines page for a yearly calendar of common reports’ submission deadlines.
Reporting Updates and Tips
Please refer to our Reporting Updates and Tips page for information regarding upcoming reporting filing requirements, including submission deadline dates, recent form updates, contact information, and reporting tips and training resources.