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- abbr. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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- n. a federally sponsored corporation that insures accounts in national banks and other qualified institutions
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And you know what's happened, Fred, I mean, in the last several days the term FDIC has suddenly been on the air hundreds of times.
His advice was that the FDIC is all about public confidence, and to that end, you have to interact with the media.
I thought that the FDIC is already supposed to have done “stress tests” on banks on a regular basis.
But, does it fall into what you call the FDIC potential problem loan category?
The FDIC is looking to bundle and sell some of the soured property loans of failed banks as commercial mortgage-backed securities.
"We felt the Dodd-Frank Act, which laid the groundwork for where the FDIC is coming from, and the rules provide some additional clarity in terms of what the policymakers are trying to drive towards and how to resolve a failure" of a big bank.
February 28th, 2009 at 8: 58 pm rapier @15: What you state in this post appears to make a lot of sense except for one little point you may not be aware of; FDIC is almost broke.
The FDIC is leveraged at, approx, 3 trillion to minus 10.
If we make certain that there are no regulatory barriers to private competition against the FDIC, then if banks cannot get a better deal from a private insurer, obviously the FDIC is being quite reasonable.