FedMail Services is a cost-effective electronic messaging system used to transmit information from the Federal Reserve Banks to organizations. Use of FedMail Services to receive these reports is encouraged to help increase the efficiency in the distribution of reports. Receipt of Capital Stock statements and advices via FedMail Services is an enhancement for financial institutions already using FedMail Services to receive information and alerts regarding other Federal Reserve Service areas. To receive Capital Stock statements and advices via FedMail Services, whether your organization is already using FedMail Services or you are new to the service, your financial institution will need to complete a new Federal Reserve Bank FedMail Request Form. If you haven’t done so already, please:
By signing up to receive Capital Stock statements and advices via the FedMail Service, you will automatically receive the Capital Stock statement of holdings monthly and the dividend advices semi-annually. These statements and advices will be quickly emailed to your organization, instead of sent via paper mail. There is no fee for this service for existing or new FedMail Services customers receiving the statements and advices via email.
Organizations are not required to receive reports. However, the paper distribution of Capital Stock reports will be eliminated in June 2012. After that time, the FedMail Service will be the only method available to receive this information. By getting set up on the FedMail Service now, your organization will be prepared when paper statements and advices are no longer offered.
If you need assistance or have questions at any point in the process, please contact the Customer Contact Center at (888) 333-7010, option 1.
The Capital Stock monthly statement of holdings and semi-annual dividend advices will be available via FedMail® Services. If you need assistance or have questions at any point in the process, please contact the Customer Contact Center at (888) 333-7010, option 1.
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