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Press Release

FDIC Publishes 2024 Risk Review

Report highlights risks in banking system including Commercial Real Estate and Consumer Loans

WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today published its 2024 Risk Review, which summarizes conditions in the U.S. economy, financial markets, and the banking industry. 

The FDIC’s Risk Review is an annual publication and based on year-end banking data from the prior year. The 2024 Risk Review provides an overview of banking risks in 2023 in five broad categories: market risks that include funding and liquidity risks; credit risks in various portfolios including commercial real estate and consumer lending; operational risks; crypto-asset risks; and climate-related financial risks.  Monitoring these risks is among the FDIC’s top priorities. The report pays particular attention to risks that may affect community banks, as the FDIC is the primary federal regulator for most community banks and has a unique perspective on these institutions.

Economic conditions remained strong in 2023, and financial market conditions improved toward the end of the year. The banking industry demonstrated resilience after a period of stress in early 2023 as full-year net income remained high, overall asset quality metrics were favorable, and liquidity stabilized.

Last Updated: May 22, 2024