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Institutional Financial Data

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland collects data from hundreds of financial institutions, including depository institutions, bank holding companies, and other financial and non-financial entities. Some data are collected weekly. Other data are collected monthly, quarterly, or annually. The information gathered is used to assess financial institution conditions and also to glean insights into how the economy and financial system are doing.

The Cleveland Fed has collected data for decades. Some data are used to monitor the condition of the financial institutions we supervise as well as to identify trends that provide insights into the stability of the financial system. Other data are used to support our work to formulate and implement monetary policy.

Some of the information we collect is used exclusively by the Federal Reserve, and others are used by other federal banking agencies. In addition, much of the data we collect, including reports on bank performance, are made available to the public.

Upcoming EventsSEE ALL

  • 05.03.17

    InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable

    The InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable is an event for regulatory agencies to network and identify similar work that results in creating more efficient approaches within financial supervision.

  • 06.22.17

    2017 Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality

    On June 22 and 23, the Cleveland Fed holds its biennial Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality. The forum highlights the latest research and field initiatives on topics related to equitable development.