Financial Institution Reports

Financial Institution Reports gathers data that 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.

Reporting Guidance

Report Forms & Instructions

Current and historical report forms and instructions.

Financial Reporting Updates

Starting September, Reporting Central Will Be the New Application for Submitting Bank Holding Company Reports (FR Y-9C and FR Y-9LP)

May 18, 2015 - The Consolidated Financial Statements for Bank Holding Companies (FR Y‐9C) and the Parent Company Only Financial Statements for Large Bank Holding Companies (FR Y‐9LP) are migrating to the Reporting Central application from the Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) application. You may begin submitting data for either of these two series in Reporting Central for the September 30, 2015, as of date. At that time, the IESUB application will be no longer available for these reports.

The Federal Reserve developed Reporting Central to enhance the overall reporting functionality of the Federal Reserve Banks’ data collection and processing activities. These enhancements will allow for a more secure, technically advanced and efficient system that will encompass a single point of entry for electronic submission and file uploads. Financial and nonfinancial institutions will access Reporting Central via the FedLine® web access solution to submit reports and gain access to electronic reporting applications, report forms and instructions. These reports are required to be submitted electronically, so please take the necessary steps to gain access to the Reporting Central application as soon as possible. For more on Reporting Central and the multi-year transition please visit here.

The Federal Reserve Board Issues Final Rule to Expand the Small Bank Holding Company Policy Statement

April 9, 2015 - The Federal Reserve Board on Thursday issued a final rule to expand the applicability of its Small Bank Holding Company Policy Statement and also apply it to certain savings and loan holding companies. The policy statement facilitates the transfer of ownership of small community banks and savings associations by allowing their holding companies to operate with higher levels of debt than would normally be permitted. While holding companies that qualify for the policy statement are excluded from consolidated capital requirements, their depository institution subsidiaries continue to be subject to minimum capital requirements.

The final rule raises the asset threshold of the policy statement from $500 million to $1 billion in total consolidated assets. It also expands the application of the policy statement to savings and loan holding companies. All firms must still meet certain qualitative requirements, including those pertaining to nonbanking activities, off-balance-sheet activities and publicly registered debt and equity.

The final rule implements a law passed by the Congress in December 2014 and is effective 30 days after publication in the

Final Federal Register and Draft Final Report Form and Instructions for FFIEC 102

April 9, 2015 - The banking agencies’ final Federal Register notice and the final draft report form and draft instructions for the FFIEC 102 can be accessed on the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s (FFIEC) website. The final Federal Register notice for the FFIEC 102 was published on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, and the comment period ends March 20, 2015.