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Letter to Stakeholders
Second Quarter 2005 Edition of the FDICís Letter to Stakeholderse
FIL-63-2005
July 14, 2005


Summary: The FDIC has issued its quarterly Letter to Stakeholders, which reports on the FDICís priorities and activities for the second quarter of 2005. The Letter to Stakeholders is attached.

Highlights:
  • The FDIC had many accomplishments in the second quarter of 2005. Among them:
    • After two years of work under the EGRPRA mandate, Vice Chairman Reich, along with other members of the interagency regulatory review project team, made their first round of recommendations to Congress.
    • Director Curry testified before Congress regarding the FDICís views on the implementation of Basel II in the United States.
    • The FDIC published a study of U.S. metro-area housing boom and bust cycles since 1978, and identified an unprecedented 55 ďboomĒ markets as of year-end 2004. The study has been widely cited as part of the public debate over the relative merits of so-called ďinnovative mortgage products,Ē the use of which increased substantially during 2004.
  • Your feedback to the Letter to Stakeholders is encouraged, as are suggestions for improvement.
  • For more information, visit the FDICís Web site at www.fdic.gov.

Distribution:
FDIC-Insured Institutions

Suggested Routing:
Chief Executive Officer

Related Topics:
FDIC Key Indices

Attachment:
Letter to Stakeholders

Contact:
Senior Accountant Karen Flynn at kflynn@fdic.gov.

Printable Format:
FIL-63-2005 - PDF 45k (PDF Help)

Note:
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Last Updated 7/14/2005 communications@fdic.gov