The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today launched a new Spanish-language website with links to the agency’s available resources in Spanish as the nation observes Hispanic Heritage Month.
The new website, “Recursos para Consumidores en español,” features links to webinars and video presentations that cover topics such as deposit insurance, consumer protection, and the FDIC’s Money Smart education program. The FDIC continues its work to expand the resources available in Spanish so that both Hispanic consumers and the community-based organizations that serve them can learn more about the benefits of a banking relationship, including consumer protections and deposit insurance. Spanish-language video presentations highlight to the Hispanic community the importance of learning and understanding how the U.S. financial system works.
Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15.