The FDIC's Advisory Committee on Community Banking is meeting today in Washington, D.C. Items on the agenda include new resources for de novo bank organizers, the winding down of the Economic Growth and Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act process, credit risk trends and youth savings programs.
Nine of the 13 members on the panel – which meets three times a year – are leaders of ABA member banks. The group provides input to the FDIC on a variety of issues affecting community banks.
View the agenda.