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FDIC Virtual 101: A Primer on Deposit Insurance, Bank Supervision, and Resolutions in the United States Information

Last Updated: January 3, 2024

Deadline to apply: March 1, 2024

FDIC Virtual 101 will take place on March 25 through the 28th, 2024 and is a modified version of the in-person course. This four-day program is 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

Applicant Profile:

  • Practitioners and rising leaders.
  • Deposit insurers, central banks, bank supervisors, or agencies involved in financial stability.
  • Two years of experience in the financial sector.
  • Familiarity with the program's core subjects: deposit insurance, bank supervision, or bank resolutions.
  • Provide information they meet the prerequisite experience.

Application Process
FDIC will attempt to accommodate at least one applicant from interested organizations.

  1. FDIC will confirm accepted participants and may offer organizations an opportunity to register additional applicants.
  2. FDIC Virtual 101 Application.

Program Fee: None

Location of Training: Virtual

FDIC Contact: If you have questions about the FDIC Virtual 101 seminar, you may direct them via e-mail to

Translation services will not be offered. Students should have a strong command of English to maximize their comprehension of the program.