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Core and Brokered Deposit Study as Mandated by Section 1506 of the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Dodd Frank Study
Section 1506 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street and Reform Consumer Protection Act requires that the FDIC conduct a study to evaluate:
FDIC Study on Core Deposits and Brokered Deposits - PDF 1.3mb/126 pages (PDF Help)
Section 29 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act restricts the use of brokered deposits and the rate of interest paid on deposits for insured institutions that are less than well-capitalized as defined in Section 38 of the FDI Act. Section 29 restrictions are implemented by Section 337.6 of the FDIC Rules and Regulations
The banking industry has seen significant technological advances and other innovations in the deposit gathering process since the brokered deposit regulation was implemented. This study provides us with a unique opportunity to look at the current range of deposit types and the brokered deposit regulation and other regulations and supervisory rules to determine whether these rules and regulations are still relevant in light of these innovations. To that end, the FDIC would appreciate input on how industry changes have affected deposit stability and franchise value and whether these innovations warrant changes to statutory or regulatory treatment of deposits.
Areas for Consideration
The FDIC is particularly interested in: (1) understanding how new methods of obtaining deposits have affected deposit stability and franchise value; and (2) whether we should recommend changes to the core and brokered deposit definitions and develop new classifications of deposits that depend on characteristics like relative stability or volatility.
As part of the study, the FDIC will be seeking input on the following:
Comments should be submitted to email@example.com by May 1, 2011. The FDIC will review and take the comments into account when preparing the study.Roundtable Agenda
Roundtable Participant List
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