Deadline to apply: TBD
FDIC 101 is a five-day program designed to provide a high-level overview of the FDIC's policies and operations in a format tailored for an international audience. During the program, senior FDIC experts will:
- Describe the FDIC's bank supervision activities and authority.
- Explain how the FDIC manages the Deposit Insurance Fund.
- Describe how the FDIC resolves failed banks and its role in resolution planning for systemically important financial institutions
- Senior managers and policy makers.
- Participants should be employed in agencies involved in financial stability.
- Three to five years of experience in the financial sector.
- Familiar with deposit insurance, bank supervision, or bank resolutions.
Space in the program is limited to 30 persons. FDIC will attempt to accommodate at least one applicant from interested organizations.
- FDIC will confirm accepted participants and may offer organizations an opportunity to register additional applicants.
Program Fee: USD $500.
Location of Training:
3501 Fairfax Dr.
Arlington, VA 22201.
FDIC Contact: If you have questions about the FDIC 101 seminar, you may direct them via e-mail to InternationalTraining@fdic.gov.
Translation services will not be offered. Students should have a strong command of English to maximize their comprehension of the program.