For the first time in nearly a decade, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today unveiled a comprehensive overhaul of the agency’s flagship website. The newly redesigned FDIC.gov offers consumers, bankers, and analysts easier access to the agency’s most popular content, including information critical to financial institutions and consumers impacted by COVID-19.
FDIC’s homepage prominently features a number of popular categories of information visitors historically look for, including information about the agency’s history and mission, financial education, research, and career opportunities. In addition:
- Resources offers a wealth of information about how FDIC is meeting its essential mission to ensure financial institutions operate safely and soundly, to protect the deposits of consumers, and to resolve failed banks.
- Analysis provides trusted research and data on the state of the U.S. banking industry and the broader financial sector.
- News delivers regular updates on FDIC activities and banking developments including policy changes, speeches/testimony, video content, and a new FDIC podcast.
Visitors to FDIC.gov can also locate information based on who they are—consumers, bankers or analysts. Frequent users of FDIC’s website will also be able to use their existing bookmarks which will redirect them to the information they routinely seek.