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Office of Legislative Affairs

The FDIC Office of Legislative Affairs responds directly to Members of Congress and their staff. Congressional inquiries tend to be time-sensitive in nature so congressional offices are strongly encouraged to contact the Office of Legislative Affairs by e-mail or by fax as directed below.


Email: Congressional_Inquiry@fdic.gov

If you would like to confirm who the primary federal regulator is for a specific bank, try entering the name on FDIC's BankFind, select the appropriate bank, and then look under the "Primary Federal Regulator" field. If not the FDIC, please direct the inquiry appropriately to the congressional affairs office at either the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency or the Federal Reserve Board.

To reach a Legislative Affairs representative, please contact us at 202-898-7055. If you are not a Member of Congress or staff, please call 877-ASKFDIC (877-275-3342).

Email inquiries are highly recommended. Inquiries can be mailed to the following address:

Room MB 6072
Office of Legislative Affairs
FDIC
550 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20429

Director   Andy Jiminez
Deputy Director (Acting)   Chris Jorgenson
Legislative Attorney/Advisor   Kathleen Brueger
Legislative Attorney/Advisor   Ike Jones
Legislative Attorney/Advisor   Amber Beck
Legislative Advisor   Peggy Kuhn
Legislative Advisor   Steve Primrose
     
Congressional Correspondence Unit:  
Congressional Information Specialist   Sally Wood
Congressional Information Specialist   Janice Butler
Congressional Information Specialist   Kathy Zeidler