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Risk Management Manual of Examination Policies
Section 19.1 - Bank of Anytown-Report of Investigation
This Report of Investigation has been made by an examiner appointed by the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for use by the Corporation in the discharge of its statutory responsibilities. The Report is solely for the official information of personnel charged by law with responsibilities in the supervision of insured banks. If a copy of this Report is furnished to any State or Federal bank supervisory agency, the Report nevertheless remains the property of the Corporation. Under no circumstances shall the Custodian of the Report disclose its contents or any portion thereof to any other than supervisory personnel, or make public in any manner the Report or any portion thereof. If a subpoena or other legal process is received calling for production of this report, the Regional Office of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation should be notified immediately. The attorney at whose instance the process was issued and, if necessary, the court which issued it, should be advised of these restrictions and referred to Part 309 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Rules and Regulations.
This Report of Investigation consists of three major sections: Conclusions and Recommendations; Assessment; and Other Information. Investigating examiners should refer to the FDIC Statement of Policy on Applications for Deposit Insurance and Part 303 Subpart B – Deposit Insurance, of the Rules and Regulations for guidance. In considering applications for deposit insurance for a proposed depository institution, the FDIC must evaluate each application in relation to the factors prescribed in section 6 of the FDI Act. In general, the application will receive deposit insurance if all the statutory factors plus the considerations required by the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 are resolved favorably.
Conclusions and Recommendations
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