FDIC Releases Proposed Guidance on Overdraft Payment Programs


On August 11, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) released proposed guidance affecting all FDIC-supervised institutions regarding automated overdraft payment programs (Proposal). The Proposal focuses on ways for banks to monitor their overdraft programs for chronic or excessive use by consumers. It also addresses compliance and safety and soundness issues related to overdraft programs.

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