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We collect and analyze a wide range of reports on behalf of the Federal Reserve and other government agencies. Here you will find forms, instructions and other information related to regulatory and statistical reporting.
A final Federal Register notice for revisions to the FR 2314, FR 2314S, FR Y-11, FR Y-11S, FR Y-7N, and FR Y-7NS, to reduce reporting burden by increasing the asset size thresholds, was published on February 21, 2014 that would be effective for the December 31, 2013 report date. The report form and instructions have been posted to the Board’s public website under reporting forms.
A final Federal Register notice for revisions to the FFIEC 101, implementing Basel III changes, was published on January 14, 2014 that would be effective for the March 31, 2014 report date. The published notice, draft reporting form, and draft instructions are available on the FFIEC website. The comment period ends February 13, 2014.
A letter providing reporting guidance for primary dealers for reporting the new Treasury Floating Rate Notes on the FR 2004. It also provides information on FR 2004 reports officer attestation requirements. Attestation Signature Page.