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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

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Financial & Regulatory Reporting

The Financial Statistics Department is the point of entry for the vast majority of data and reports filed with this Reserve Bank by financial institutions.

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Financial Institutions Relations & Financial Services

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia places a high value on its relationships with bankers and the connection between our organizations. Our Financial Services programs offers a wide array of innovative solutions to meet every institutions needs.

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Supervision & Regulation

The Supervision, Regulation and Credit Department (SRC) supervises and regulates the domestic and foreign operations of financial holding companies (FHCs), bank holding companies (BHCs), and state-chartered member banks in the Third Federal Reserve District. SRC also supervises U.S. branches, agencies, and nonbank operations of foreign banks located in the District.

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Reporting Forms & Instructions

Access the forms and instructions necessary for the preparation of financial, regulatory, and deposits data collection.

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Discount Window

A principal function of Federal Reserve Banks is to extend credit to depository institutions to accommodate commerce, industry, and agriculture.

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Banking Applications

Information on applications and notifications for banking organizations supervised by the Federal Reserve.

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Outreach

Through our banking outreach initiatives, we share information, knowledge, and experiences with the institutions that we supervise to promote a safe and sound banking system.

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SR Letters

Supervision and Regulation Letters address significant policy and procedural matters related to the Federal Reserve System's supervisory responsibilities.

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Publications

Sign up to be notified when new issues of SRC Insights and Consumer Compliance Outlook are released.

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Help for Consumers

Visit the Federal Reserve Consumer Help website to file a complaint about a bank, find an answer to a banking question, or speak with a representative.

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