The Technical Assistance Video Program is a series of educational videos designed to provide useful information to bank directors, officers and employees on areas of supervisory focus and regulatory changes.
FDIC Chairman Gruenberg Introduces Video Series (03:29)
New Director Education Series
The first release of videos provides information to new bank directors about their fiduciary role and responsibilities as well an overview of the FDIC’s Risk Management and Compliance Examination processes. These videos are available on the FDIC's YouTube channel.
Virtual Directors' College Program
The second series of videos is a virtual version of the FDIC’s Directors' College Program that regional offices deliver throughout the year. The initial training program consists of six modules released on June 28, 2013. Topics include:
Virtual Technical Assistance Program
The third group of videos provides technical training to bankers on a range of regulatory issues. The initial training program will consist of six modules. Topics include
Regulatory Capital Interim Final Rule: This presentation provides a general overview of the Interim Final Rule on Regulatory Capital adopted by the FDIC on July 9, 2013, highlighting some aspects of the new rule that may affect typical community banking organizations. However, the presentation does not address all rule provisions that could apply to such institutions. Therefore, banks are encouraged to review the Interim Final Rule documents as posted on the FDIC website and in the Federal Register.
Video Presentation Regulatory Capital Interim Final Rule (YouTube.com)
Link to Slide Presentation Regulatory Capital Interim Final Rule - PDF
As an alternative to viewing the technical assistance videos on the FDIC’s YouTube channel, videos may be downloaded on FDICconnect, the secure Internet channel for FDIC-insured institutions to conduct business and exchange information with the FDIC. Once a video is downloaded, it can be viewed using a video player software program.
To download videos, log in to FDICconnect, select “Ask and Order,” then choose “FDIC Online Catalog.”
FDICconnect is available only to FDIC-insured institutions and not to the general public.