press releases, speeches and Congressional testimony, directives to financial institutions
and other documents are available through the Public Information Center. These documents
include the Quarterly Banking Profile, Statistics on Bankingand
a variety of consumer pamphlets.
The Office of the
Ombudsman responds to inquiries about the FDIC in a fair, impartial, confidential and
timely manner. It researches questions and complaints from bankers, the public and FDIC
employees. The Office also recommends ways to improve FDIC operations, regulations and
range of banking, consumer and financial information, including
the FDICs Quarterly
Banking Profile, the
Institution Directory, and Statistics
on Banking, as well as a variety of consumer pamphlets
are available on the FDICs home page on the Internet.
Readers can also access FDIC press releases, recently delivered
speeches, and other updates on FDIC activities.
Don Inscoe of the Division of Research and Statistics briefs
bankers on the "Institution Directory," a site on the FDIC's Internet home page
that contains key financial data on individual FDIC-insured institutions.