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Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation

Each depositor insured to at least $250,000 per insured bank

FDIC Quarterly

The FDIC Quarterly provides a comprehensive summary of the most current financial results for the banking industry, along with feature articles. These articles range from timely analysis of economic and banking trends at the national and regional level that may affect the risk exposure of FDIC-insured institutions to research on issues affecting the banking system and the development of regulatory policy. The FDIC Quarterly brings together data and analysis that were previously available through three retired publications -- the FDIC Outlook, the FDIC Banking Review, and the FYI: An Update on Emerging Issues in Banking. Past issues of these publications are archived under their original publication names.

FDIC Quarterly 2019 Volume 13, Number 4

Featured Articles:

Bank and Nonbank Lending Over the Past 70 Years
Total lending in the U.S. has grown dramatically in the past 70 years and since the 1970s, the share of bank loans has generally fallen as nonbanks gained market share in residential mortgage and corporate lending. In other business lines, shifts in loan holdings from banks to nonbanks have been less pronounced as banks and nonbanks continue to play important roles in lending for commercial real estate, agricultural loans, and consumer credit. Studying the roles that banks and nonbanks play in lending markets allows for a better understanding of how banks respond to growth in nonbank lending and the implications of associated risks for the banking sector and the broader economy.

Leveraged Lending and Corporate Borrowing: Increased Reliance on Capital Markets, With Important Bank Links
Over the past decade, U.S. nonfinancial corporate debt reached record highs as issuance of corporate bonds and leveraged loans grew rapidly while credit quality and lender protections deteriorated. Much of this growth in corporate borrowing came through capital markets, though important connections to the banking system remain. This article examines this shift in corporate borrowing to capital markets over the past several decades. It also details the ways corporate debt has grown, the resulting risks this shift poses to banks since the 2008 financial crisis, and what factors could mitigate those risks.

Trends in Mortgage Origination and Servicing: Nonbanks in the Post-Crisis Period
The mortgage market changed notably after the collapse of the U.S. housing market in 2007 and the financial crisis that followed. A substantive share of mortgage origination and servicing, and some of the risk associated with these activities, migrated outside of the banking system. Some risk remains with banks or could be transmitted to banks through other channels, including bank lending to nonbank mortgage lenders and servicers. Changing mortgage market dynamics and new risks and uncertainties warrant investigation of potential implications for systemic risk.


Past Issues

2019

FDIC Quarterly 2019 Volume 13, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2019 Volume 13, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2019 Volume 13, Number 1

2018

FDIC Quarterly 2018 Volume 12, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2018 Volume 12, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2018 Volume 12, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2018 Volume 12, Number 1

2017

FDIC Quarterly 2017 Volume 11, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2017 Volume 11, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2017 Volume 11, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2017 Volume 11, Number 1

2016

FDIC Quarterly 2016 Volume 10, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2016 Volume 10, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2016 Volume 10, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2016 Volume 10, Number 1

2015

FDIC Quarterly 2015 Volume 9, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2015 Volume 9, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2015 Volume 9, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2015 Volume 9, Number 1

2014

FDIC Quarterly 2014 Volume 8, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2014 Volume 8, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2014 Volume 8, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2014 Volume 8, Number 1

2013

FDIC Quarterly 2013 Volume 7, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2013 Volume 7, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2013 Volume 7, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2013 Volume 7, Number 1

2012

FDIC Quarterly 2012 Volume 6, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2012 Volume 6, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2012 Volume 6, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2012 Volume 6, Number 1

2011

FDIC Quarterly 2011 Volume 5, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2011 Volume 5, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2011 Volume 5, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2011 Volume 5, Number 1

2010

FDIC Quarterly 2010 Volume 4, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2010 Volume 4, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2010 Volume 4, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2010 Volume 4, Number 1

2009

FDIC Quarterly 2009 Volume 3, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2009 Volume 3, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2009 Volume 3, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2009 Volume 3, Number 1

2008

FDIC Quarterly 2008 Volume 2, Number 4
FDIC Quarterly 2008 Volume 2, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2008 Volume 2, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2008 Volume 2, Number 1

2007

FDIC Quarterly 2007 Volume 1, Number 3
FDIC Quarterly 2007 Volume 1, Number 2
FDIC Quarterly 2007 Volume 1, Number 1


Archived Issues

FDIC Outlook – 1997 thru 2006
FDIC Banking Review – 1995 thru 2006

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