Directors' Resource Center
The Directors' Resource Center is a special section of the FDIC's website that is dedicated to providing useful information and resources for directors and officers of FDIC-insured institutions. The content of this page focuses on guidance and other information that address current issues faced by the banking industry.
FDIC Technical Assistance Video Program - Updated April 24, 2014
"When I met with bankers throughout the country ... as part of our Community Banking Initiatives, we had frank discussions on issues facing the industry and heard many constructive suggestions for actions the FDIC could take that would be helpful to bankers. One of the most common suggestions was for more technical assistance."
FDIC Chairman Martin J. Gruenberg
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.
New Director Education Videos: These videos provide information to new bank directors about their fiduciary role and responsibilities as well as an overview of the FDIC’s risk management and compliance examination processes.
Virtual Directors’ College Program: These videos are a virtual version of the FDIC’s Directors’ College Program that regional offices deliver throughout the year. The program consists of videos on the Bank Secrecy Act, the Community Reinvestment Act, corporate governance, information technology, interest rate risk, and third-party risk.
Virtual Technical Assistance Program: These videos provide technical training to bankers on a range of regulatory issues. Topics include the allowance for loan and lease losses (ALLL), appraisals and evaluations, a community bank cyber exercise, evaluation of municipal securities, flood insurance, interest rate risk, managing fair lending risk, and troubled debt restructuring (TDR).
Rulemaking Videos: These videos provide an overview of and instructions relating to complex rulemakings. Topics include the regulatory capital rulemaking.