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Frequently Asked Questions for Regulations & Examinations  

Q.Where can I get information on all the FDIC examination manuals and policies?
A.The Bank Examinations page contains all the manuals and policies for safety and soundness, trust, information technology, compliance, and Community Reinvestment Act examinations.
Q.Can I search through the FDIC laws and regulations?
A.The FDIC Law, Regulations & Related Acts has a site-specific search feature that will allow users to look for terms. Other policy-based sites are also available, such as Financial Institution Letters. This site also has site-specific search functionality.
Q.Where can I comment on proposed changes to FDIC rules and policy?
A.The FDIC Federal Register Citations page has all the proposed changes to rules and policies of the FDIC and provides an email link to submit comments. You may also view other comments or search through the site to find information, including the archive from 1996 to present.
Q.How can I access the FDIC secure bankers Web site? Who can get access?
A.FDICconnect is the secure Internet channel for FDIC-insured institutions to conduct business and exchange information with the FDIC. This site is available for bank employees only. Each FDIC-insured institution has a single point-of-contact that coordinates the access for that institution.
Q.Who can order FDIC signs and logos?
A.FDIC official teller signs are provided to financial institutions whose deposits are insured by the FDIC. The signs come as decals that can be affixed to hard surfaces and as counter signs. Institutions may order the forms via fax or the FDICconnect Web site. For more information about ordering the signs, you may visit: Ordering & Using FDIC Signs & Logos.
Q.How can I get information on the FDIC directors' college program?
A.The Director's Corner page has information on all the directors' college programs held in the FDIC regions around the country. The purpose of the Directors' Colleges is to educate directors of new banks and reeducate new and veteran directors of existing banks regarding their responsibilities.
Q.Does the FDIC provide examiner training?
A.The Examiner Training Programs provides details about training programs for both federal and state examiners. These programs include advanced courses in risk management, information technology, and compliance.

Last Updated 8/11/2015

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