The FDIC's two new deposit insurance brochures for bank customers are now available in a Spanish language version. These brochures are Insuring Your Deposits (Seguro Para Sus Depůsitos) and Your Insured Deposits-FDIC's Guide to Deposit Insurance Coverage (Sus Depůsitos Asegurados).
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has announced that its two new deposit insurance brochures for bank customers made available in April 2004 - Insuring Your Deposits (FDIC-016-2004) and Your Insured Deposits-FDIC's Guide to Deposit Insurance Coverage (FDIC-015-2004) - are now available in Spanish language versions.
Seguro Para Sus Depůsitos is the Spanish language version of Insuring Your Deposits. This publication is a basic explanation of federal deposit insurance coverage rules for deposit accounts most commonly owned by individuals and families. Sus Depůsitos Asegurados is the Spanish language version of Your Insured Deposits-FDIC's Guide to Deposit Insurance Coverage. This is an updated version of the FDIC's 1999 comprehensive publication of the same name, which is intended for depositors who need more detailed information about the FDIC's deposit insurance rules. For more information about these publications, see FIL-42-2004, dated April 21, 2004.
Copies of these brochures can be downloaded from the FDIC's Web site at:
Please Note: Earlier versions of the FDIC publication Sus Depůsitos Asegurados are outdated and should be destroyed.
Reproduction and Printing of Brochures by Insured Institutions
Financial institutions may reprint Seguro Para Sus Depůsitos and Sus Depůsitos Asegurados without permission from the FDIC provided each brochure is reproduced in its entirety. Source files for the commercial printing of the new brochures may be downloaded from the FDIC's Web site at: http://www.fdic.gov/regulations/resources/brochures/index.html. The format used is QuarkXPress Version 4.0 for Macintosh.
Obtaining Copies from the FDIC
The FDIC will provide insured banks and savings associations with copies of both
deposit insurance brochures at no charge. To place an order for either publication, complete and submit the order form located on the FDIC's Web site at: https://catalog.fdic.gov/. Please allow four to six weeks for delivery.
Using the order form on the FDIC's Web site will ensure the fastest delivery of your brochure order. If your institution does not have access to the Internet, orders may be faxed or mailed to the FDIC:
||FDIC Public Information Center
| Or write to:
||801 17th Street, N.W., Room 100
Washington, D.C. 20434
Orders submitted by FAX or mail should be written on your institution's letterhead and include a contact name, a telephone number where the contact may be reached, the title of the publication requested, and the number of copies requested.
For more information about the FDIC's new deposit insurance brochures, contact the FDIC's Call Center toll-free at 1-877-275-3342.
Michael J. Zamorski
Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection