The FDIC recognizes the strength that comes from
the experiences of a diverse set of partners. The Corporation is committed
to the equitable participation of underrepresented groups, including minorities
and women, to ensure that all groups have the opportunity to compete for
FDIC contracting and asset purchasing and investing opportunities. The
FDIC's commitment to diversity and inclusion extends to all organizations
within the FDIC.
Our dedication to this mission is demonstrated in the FDIC's Minority and Women Owned Business (MWOB), Minority and Women Owned Investor (MWO Investors), Minority Depository Institution (MDI), and Minority and Women Owned Law Firm (MWOLF) programs, policies, and initiatives. Specifically, we are committed to:
(MWOB) Firms which are at least 51% owned and controlled by one or more minorities or women. Vendors can participate either as primes, subcontractors, joint venture or teaming partners.
(MWOLFs) Owned are at least 51% owned and controlled, through day-to-day management by minorities and/or women.
(MWO Investors) To ensure a diversity of participation, the FDIC welcomes and strongly encourages MWO Investors and Asset Managers to participate in bidding on portfolios of loans and other assets under FDIC structured sales and other loan/real estate/asset sales opportunities.