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Federal Reserve Board

Compliance Contacts

Contact the following individual(s) to get more information on complying with Federal Reserve Board regulations:

Lois Lawrence
Financial Analyst
Board of Governors
Phone: 202-452-2984
TTY/TTD: 202-263-4869
rsma-financialreports@frb.gov

Compliance Resources

The following agencies and offices provide compliance resources for small businesses:

  • Federal Reserve News and Events
    Webpage providing access to testimony, speeches, press releases, and information on: banking and consumer regulatory policy, orders on banking applications, and enforcement actions.

  • Federal Reserve Publications & Education Resources
    Publications, including brochures and booklets on credit, mortgage, settlement, financing, refinancing, credit protection laws, filing a consumer complaint, overdrafts, home equity lines of credit, vehicle leasing.

  • Banking Information and Regulation
    Banking information, regulation, actions, applications, Webpage with links to general banking and regulatory information, including: banking data, banking structure, community reinvestment act, homeland security information, legal development, law, regulations, supervision.

  • Federal Reserve Regulatory Reporting Forms/Data Collections Currently Under Review
    The Federal Reserve information collections listed are currently under review, awaiting implementation, or have been recently approved and implemented.

  • Federal Reserve Board: Reporting and Data Collection Forms
    The Federal Reserve uses reporting forms to collect data from bank holding companies, depository institutions, other financial and non-financial entities, and consumers. Use of the forms is required in some cases, voluntary in others. Some data are collected periodically, others only occasionally. The forms and instructions on this web site are current and may be reproduced for use by respondents for data collection.

  • Community Development Webpage
    Provides access to information on commercial credit, community development, and community development investment information.

  • Guide to Business Credit for Women, Minorities and Small Businesses
    Explains how to shop for and obtain credit, how to maintain a good credit rating, how to dispute unfair credit transactions, and how to resolve billing errors.