Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council
The federal financial institutions examination council was established in March 10, 1979. The State Liaison Committee (SLC) had been added to the council as a voting member in 2006. The SLC includes representatives from the American Council of State Savings Supervisors (ACSSS), Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) and National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS). The council provides information on the education of the examiners. The council also takes enforcement actions and orders against the institutions or their affiliated parties.
The council maintains an official website and offers a number of information online. It gives online consumer information that includes information on geo-coding and mapping systems, census report system, HMDA data reports, PMIC data reports, CRA data reports and interagency CRA ratings. It also provides comprehensive information on the banks and other financial institutions. The online financial institution information available from here are – uniform bank performance reports, list of banks in peer group, peer group distribution report, peer group report, state average distribution report and bank holding company performance report.
The consumer compliances offered by federal financial institutions examination council are-
- Geocoding/Mapping System
- Rate Spread Calculator
- Check 21 InfoBase
- Census Reports
- Reporting Forms
- Proposed Reg FFIEC 101
- Proposed Reg FFIEC 102
- On-line Info Systems
- FFIEC Reports
- Central Data Repository
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Last Updated on : 27th June 2013