Access financial information on specific banks as well as analyses on the banking industry and economic trends.
- Bank Data & Statistics
Use searchable databases to find information on specific banks, their branches, and the industry.
- Research & Analysis
Access FDIC policy research and analysis of regional and national banking trends.
- Failed Banks
Learn how accounts and loans are affected when a bank fails, how to seek unclaimed funds, and how to obtain a lien release.
- The Deposit Insurance Fund
Learn about the FDIC's risk-based premium system and the deposit insurance reform legislation. This includes the FDIC's Assessment
- International Deposit Insurance
Find out how the FDIC fosters communication and coordination among other countries' deposit insurance systems.
- Center for Financial Research
The Center promotes research on topics important to the FDIC mission, including deposit insurance, bank supervision, and resolution of failed financial institutions.
- FDIC Videos
The FDIC presents several types of videos to assist different users:
- Deposit Insurance Videos: Information about deposit insurance coverage for bank customers.
- FDIC Technical Assistance Videos: A series of educational videos designed to provide useful information to bank directors, officers, and employees on areas of supervisory focus and regulatory changes.
- Deposit Insurance Fund: A background video discussing the purpose and funding of the fund that is used to protect deposits.
Find More Information
This history reviews the experience of the FDIC during the financial crisis in 2008 and 2009, and the banking crisis that began in 2008 and continued until 2013. Learn More
The latest comprehensive financial and demographic data for every FDIC-insured institution.
Quarterly Banking Profile
The earliest comprehensive summary of financial results for all FDIC-insured institutions.
Failing Bank Acquisitions
Learn everything you need to know about Franchise Marketing at the FDIC.
When a Bank Fails
Detailed information for depositors, creditors, and borrowers.