The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is a United States federal agency created in 1933 in response to widespread bank failures in the 1920s and early 1930s. The FDIC's mission is to maintain... more +
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is a United States federal agency created in 1933 in response to widespread bank failures in the 1920s and early 1930s. The FDIC's mission is to maintain stability and consumer confidence in the United States banking system by insuring deposits, monitoring the health of financial institutions and managing receiverships.
Too Big To Fail in the Dodd-Frank Era
The New Normal: Taking Responsibility for Your Vendors
On December 20, President Obama signed two bills impacting bank supervision and compliance. These bills were sent to the President after the Senate approved both measures on December 11. The first, H.R.4014, amends the...more
In This Issue:
- Accounting Rule Would Force Banks to Take Loan Write-Downs
- End of TAG Program Has Community Banks Concerned
- New Mortgage Rules Protect Banks from Homeowner Lawsuits
- Obama Signs Bills...more
On December 11, the U.S. Senate passed by voice vote two bills impacting bank supervision and compliance. The first, H.R.4014, amends the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to protect information submitted to the CFPB as part of...more
In This Issue:
Leading the Past Week; Fiscal Cliff; Legislative Branch; Executive Branch; and Upcoming Hearings.
Excerpt from Leading the Past Week -
Whatever happened in the world of financial services last...more
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