Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
To maintain stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system by insuring deposits, examining and supervising financial institutions for safety and soundness and consumer protection, and managing receiverships.
- Raising awareness of the need for families to save and reduce debt
- Educating consumers on financial privacy, financial literacy, and identity theft prevention
- Training bank examiners to learn more about risk management, compliance with consumer protection laws, and information technology
FDIC has six regional offices, a temporary satellite office, and field offices around the country, all managed by a Board of Directors appointed by the President. A sample of FDIC’s offices are listed below, but be sure to check out their organizational structure to learn more about all offices and subcomponents.
Office of Complex Financial Institutions
Office of Minority and Women Inclusion
Office of Inspector General
Office of International Affairs
Office of Legislative Affairs
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