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Treasury Collateral Management and Monitoring (TCMM)


What is TCMM?

Treasury Collateral Management and Monitoring (TCMM) is a centralized application operated by a Federal Reserve Bank to monitor securities and other financial assets pledged as collateral to secure public funds.

Why do we need TCMM?

Public money on deposit at financial institutions must be secured through collateral. (31 CFR Part 202)

Persons required by federal law to give an agency a surety bond may instead provide a bond secured by government obligations. (31 CFR Part 225) PDF document

How can a financial institution enroll in TCMM?

Financial institutions that need to enroll in TCMM should go to Federal Reserve's Treasury Services Forms. Complete the TCMM Local Security Administration form. Send or fax it to:

Standard Mailing Address: Overnight Address:
TCMM Treasury Support Center
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
P.O. Box 442
St. Louis, MO 63166
Fax: 866-707-6574
TCMM Treasury Support Center
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
1421 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
St. Louis, MO 63106-3716

Securing Public Money

Public money on deposit at financial institutions must be secured through collateral.

Collateral In Lieu of Surety Bonds

Persons required by federal law to give an agency a surety bond instead may provide a bond secured by Government obligations.

Contact Us

TCMM Program Manager:
202-874-6751

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