FDIC OIG Publications in the Spotlight

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Grey bullet point The FDIC's Progress in Implementing Systemic Resolution Authorities under the Dodd-Frank Act       NEW

Grey bullet point The FDIC's Resolution Planning Process       NEW

Grey bullet point The FDIC's Controls over Business Unit-Led Application Development Activities

Grey bullet point The FDIC's Structured Transaction with MountainView Public Private Investment I, LLC

Grey bullet point The FDIC's Compliance with Energy Management Requirements

Grey bullet point Lessons Learned from the Financial Crisis Regarding Community Banks

Grey bullet point Planned Actions to Address New Information Associated with Previously Issued Audit Reports on the FDIC's Information Security Program

Grey bullet point Status of the Transfer of Office of Thrift Supervision Functions







The FDIC Office of Inspector General (FDIC OIG) is an independent unit that conducts audits, investigations, and other reviews of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) programs and operations. The OIG promotes the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of FDIC programs and operations, and protects against fraud, waste, and abuse, to assist and augment the FDIC's contribution to the stability of, and public confidence in, the nation's financial system. Congress established the FDIC to supervise banks, insure deposits, and help maintain a stable and sound banking system.
Press Releases Involving OIG Investigations
Grey bullet point Union City, N.J., Man Admits Operating Supposed Charity as Illegal Bank, Falsifying Taxes     NEW

Grey bullet point Four Indicted In Bank And Wire Fraud Scheme Involving Real Estate Loan From Now-Failed Sonoma Valley Bank

Grey bullet point Billings bank president sentenced for $413,000 bank fraud, money laundering scheme

Grey bullet point 'Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Stars Plead Guilty to Conspiracy, Bankruptcy Fraud and Tax Offenses

Grey bullet point Leader Of Large-Scale Identity Theft Ring Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison For His Role In Fraud Enterprise

Grey bullet point Potomac Man Sentenced in $13 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme








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