FDIC Risk Management Manual of Examination Policies October 2020
October 28, 2020 / Source: FDIC
The RMS Manual provides FDIC examiners information relating to examination activities and supervisory practices. The FDIC conducts examinations at financial institutions to ensure public confidence in the banking system and to protect the Deposit Insurance Fund. The RMS Manual promotes consistency in examination activities, which center on evaluating an institution’s capital, assets, management, earnings, liquidity, sensitivity to market risk, and adherence to laws and regulations.
October 2020 Updates
- Section 22.1 – Examination Documentation (ED) Modules: Updates to Section 22.1 include revisions to the Credit Card Related Merchant Activities, Electronic Funds Transfer Risk Assessment, Trust, and Trust - Abbreviated ED modules to clarify certain procedures and to address other technical edits.