- The FDIC had many accomplishments in the fourth quarter of 2004, including:
- Issuing a study on “account-hijacking” identity theft.
- Issuing, with other bank and thrift regulators, guidance on Internal Ratings-Based Systems for Retail Credit Risk for Regulatory Capital – a major step in the domestic implementation of the Basel capital scheme.
- Expanding outreach of its financial education program – Money Smart – to more than 300,000 consumers, resulting in the creation of about 40,000 banking relationships since the program's inception in 2001.
- Publishing a final rule that modernizes and simplifies the Deposit Insurance Assessment certified statement process.
- Feedback to the Letter to Stakeholders is encouraged, as are suggestions for improvement.
- For more information, visit the FDIC's Web site at www.fdic.gov.
Chief Executive Officer
FDIC Key Indices
Letter to Stakeholders
Senior Accountant Karen Flynn at email@example.com or 202-416-2032
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