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FDIC OIG Publications in the Spotlight

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Grey bullet point Comprehensive Study on the Impact of the Failure of Insured Depository Institutions   NEW

Grey bullet point Acquisition, Development, and Construction Loan Concentration Study

Grey bullet point Invoices Submitted by Lockheed Martin Services, Inc. under the FDIC's Data Management Services Contract

Grey bullet point DRR's Controls for Managing, Marketing, and Disposing of Owned Real Estate Assets

Grey bullet point Status of the Transfer of Office of Thrift Supervision Functions

Grey bullet point The FDIC's Structured Transactions with Rialto Capital Management, LLC

The FDIC Office of Inspector General (FDIC OIG) is an independent unit that conducts audits, investigations, and other reviews of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) programs and operations. The OIG promotes the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of FDIC programs and operations, and protects against fraud, waste, and abuse, to assist and augment the FDIC's contribution to the stability of, and public confidence in, the nation's financial system. Congress established the FDIC to supervise banks, insure deposits, and help maintain a stable and sound banking system.
Press Releases Involving OIG Investigations
Grey bullet point Officer of now defunct new frontier bank pleads guilty to charges related to the bank's collapse     NEW

Grey bullet point Business Owner Admits Orchestrating $3 Million Bank Fraud

Grey bullet point Last Defendant is Sentenced to the Statutory Maximum Term of Imprisonment in Case Involving W Financial Group's $17 Million Fraud

Grey bullet point Officer of Now Defunct New Frontier Bank Charged with Fraud and Money Laundering in Connection with the Bank's Collapse

Grey bullet point Phoenix Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Federal Prison for Defrauding Seniors

Grey bullet point Hampton Roads Business Man Sentenced to 168 Months for Elaborate Bank and Tax Fraud

Grey bullet point Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Filing of 13-Count Indictment Charging Kentucky Businessman, Senior Park Avenue Bank Official, and Financial Services Executive with Fraudulent Schemes

Grey bullet point Hampton Roads Developer Sentenced to 138 Months in Prison for Massive Bank and Historic Tax Credit Fraud

Grey bullet point Former Bank President and Bank Customer Sentenced For Connection To Multimillion-Dollar Check-Kiting Scheme

Grey bullet point Former Raleigh Real Estate Entrepreneur James T. Webb Arrested on 50-Count Indictment

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