Bank Resolution Experience (BRE)
BRE is a comprehensive review of the bank failure and resolution process. BRE is a five-day program that will provide participants with exercises, simulations and discussions on this FDIC mandate as well as an operational overview of the bank resolution process tailored for an international audience.
Please refer to the Bank Resolution Experience information page for additional program details and application instructions.
FDIC 101: An Introduction to Deposit Insurance, Bank Supervision, and Resolutions
FDIC 101 provides a comprehensive review of FDIC's responsibilities as a deposit insurer, bank supervisor, and resolution authority. FDIC 101 is a five-day program designed to provide participants with an overview of the governing policies and procedures used by the FDIC to support its mandates.
Please refer to the FDIC 101 information page for additional program details and application instructions.
FDIC Virtual 101: A Primer on Deposit Insurance, Bank Supervision, and Resolutions in the United States
FDIC Virtual 101 provides a basic introduction to the FDIC's authorities in deposit insurance, supervision and resolutions. FDIC Virtual 101 is a four-day program (4-5 hours per day) designed for a larger audience interested in gaining a high-level understanding of FDIC's policies and operations.
Please refer to the FDIC Virtual 101 information page for additional program details and application instructions.
Setting a Deposit Insurance Fund Target
Setting a Deposit Insurance Fund Target is designed to share the model and methodology to determine a deposit insurance target fund ratio for jurisdictions with limited access to bank data on non-performing loans, insured and uninsured deposits, and historical bank failure data. Participants will be given a demonstration of a quantitative modeling approach to setting a fund target based on international best practices.
This program does not discuss the FDIC's Deposit Insurance Fund or methodology for determining its target fund level.
Please refer to the Setting a Deposit Insurance Fund Target information page for additional program details and application instructions.
Translation services will not be offered. Students should have a strong command of English to maximize their comprehension of the program.