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2001 Annual Report

Table of Contents

Chairman’s Statement

Operations of the Corporation – The Year in Review

  Deposit Insurance Reform
Responding to Emerging Risks
Using Technology to Operate More Efficiently
Consumer Protection
International Efforts
The FDIC Reacts to the September 11 Terrorist Attacks

Overview of the Industry and the Deposit Insurance Funds

Financial Statements

  Bank Insurance Fund (BIF)
Savings Association Fund (SAIF)
FSLIC Resolution Fund (FRF)

Comptroller General's Letter to the Board of Directors

Key Statistics


Number and Deposits of BIF-Insured Banks Closed Because of Financial Difficulties,
1934 through 2001

Recoveries and Losses by the Bank Insurance Fund on Disbursements for
the Protection of Depositors, 1934 through 2001

Income and Expenses, Bank Insurance Fund, from Beginning of Operations,
Sept. 11, 1933, through Dec. 31,2001

Corporate Planning and Budget, FDIC Expenditures, 1992–2001

Estimated Insured Deposits and the Bank Insurance Fund, December 31,
1934, through December 31, 2001

Income and Expenses, Savings Association Insurance Fund, by Year,
from Beginning of Operations, August 9, 1989, through December 31, 2001

FDIC-Insured Institutions Closed During 2001

Estimated Insured Deposits and the Savings Association Insurance Fund,
December 31, 1989, through December 31, 2001

Number, Assets, Deposits, Losses, and Loss to Funds of Insured Thrifts Taken Over
or Closed Because of Financial Difficulties, 1989 through 2001

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Corporate Staffing
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Regional Offices

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Last Updated 11/22/2002

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