The Federal Reserve continues the multi-year initiative to transition reports, both those currently available via Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) and new reports, to the Reporting Central application, which launched in March 2012.
This section offers information on the security features available via the FedLine Web® access solution, the reports that are available via the Reporting Central application, and resources that include user guides, frequently asked questions and contact information.
In today's world of rapidly developing technology, you need online access to reporting that is designed to be both innovative and secure, and helps your organization mitigate risk. You can rest assured that security is a top priority at the Federal Reserve. Making data security a top priority at your institution will help maximize the security features available via the FedLine Web access solution. For additional information, review the FedLine Web Security Overview for Users (PDF) fact sheet.
The Reporting Central application provides a more secure, technically advanced and efficient system that serves as a single point of entry for Federal Reserve, Federal Financial Institution Examination Council (FFIEC) and Treasury electronic reports submission and file uploads. Organizations will access Reporting Central via the FedLine Web access solution to submit report data and access electronic reporting applications, report forms and instructions. Due to the use of physical tokens to enhance security for the Reporting Central application, please review the FedLine Web Hardware and Software Requirements to ensure your computer complies with the minimum requirements.
To begin the transition process, visit the Reporting Central Application Setup page.
NOTE: We strongly encourage you to take advantage of the benefits of electronic submission for all applicable reports. When using the FedLine® access solutions, your organization is obligated to comply with the terms and conditions of Operating Circular 5 and the Certification Practice Statement.
The link below provides more information about this conversion effort:
User Guides have been developed to provide the required file formats for submitting reports via Reporting Central, demonstrate how a reporting institution can create the file from a spreadsheet and information to assist reporting institutions in resolving problems they might have when submitting the spreadsheet file.
Please click the links in the Report Name column below to review the User Guide for each report.
|Report Name||Report Description|
|FFIEC 002 (PDF)||Report of Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks|
FFIEC 002S (PDF)
|Report of Assets and Liabilities of a Non-U.S. Branch that is Managed or Controlled by a U.S. Branch or Agency of a Foreign (Non-U.S.) Bank|
|Country Exposure Report/Country Exposure Information Report|
|FFIEC 019||Country Exposure Report for U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks|
|Weekly Report of Dealer Position Transactions and Financing / When Issued / Selected Issues|
|FR 2420 (PDF)||Daily Selected Money Market Rates Report|
|FR 2502Q (PDF)||Quarterly Report of Assets and Liabilities of Large Foreign Offices of U.S. Banks|
|Quarterly Report of Interest Rates on Selected Direct Consumer Installment Loans/Quarterly Report of Credit Card Interest Rate|
|FR Y-7N (PDF)||Financial Statements of U.S. Nonbank Subsidiaries Held by Foreign Banking Organizations|
|FR Y-12 (PDF)||Consolidated Bank Holding Company Report of Equity Investments in Nonfinancial Companies|
|FR Y-15 (PDF)||Banking Organization Systemic Risk Report|
|FR Y-16/DFAST 10-50B (PDF)||Annual Company-Run Stress Test Projections Report|
|TIC/TIC SLT (PDF)||Treasury International Capital Reports (TIC D, TIC SLT, TIC BC, TIC BL-1, TIC BL-2, TIC BQ-1, TIC BQ-2,TIC BQ-3,TIC CQ-1,TIC CQ-2,& TIC S (S1&S2))|
For a listing of reports that are transitioning from the Internet Electronic Submission (IESUB) application to the Reporting Central application, visit the Reports Transitioning to the Reporting Central Application page.
Federal Reserve Bank staff is prepared to assist you throughout the entire transition process. Please contact your local Reporting and Reserves District Contact with questions regarding these upcoming changes. Please send general questions about the Reporting Central application transition process to NY.REPORTINGCENTRALCOMMUNICATION@NY.FRB.ORG. For assistance with setting up access to the Reporting Central application via the FedLine Web access solution, contact the Federal Reserve’s Customer Contact Center.
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