Community Banking Initiative
Community banks play a vital role in the functioning of the U.S financial system and the broader economy, from lending to small business owners and farmers, to providing critical banking services in small towns and rural communities across the nation. As the lead federal regulator for community banks, the FDIC monitors industry trends and provides technical assistance in a variety of ways, including training videos, research, and workshops.
February 5, 2016FDIC Community Banking Conference
Strategies for Long-Term Success
April 6, 2016
February 3, 2016
Updated Interest Rate Risk (IRR) Videos
- The Virtual Directors' College video provides directors with an overview of the key aspects of the interest rate risk management process.
- The Virtual Technical Assistance Video series is for management teams and for those involved in the asset/liability management function, including the members of a bank's asset/liability committee.
December 2, 2015
FDIC Community Banking Study Reference Data
The FDIC Community Banking study relies on a comprehensive database that enables consistent analysis across the industry beginning in 1984. The data is up to date through September 2015.
November 24, 2015
Quarterly Banking Profile
Third quarter 2015 comprehensive summary of financial results for all FDIC-insured institutions.