FDIC: Temporary Alternative Procedures for Sending Supervision-Related Mail and Email to the FDIC

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FIL-27-2020 – PDF (PDF Help)

Summary:

During this period of national emergency, the FDIC is encouraging financial institutions and other parties to use alternative procedures to send the agency official mail related to supervisory matters and to use secure email to send official supervisory correspondence.

Statement of Applicability to Institutions with Total Assets under $1 Billion: This Financial Institution Letter (FIL) applies to all FDIC-supervised institutions.

Highlights:

  • To ensure that communications are as timely as possible during this period of national emergency, the FDIC has established temporary measures for financial institutions and other parties electronically submitting mail and email for official business purposes related to supervisory matters.
    • During this period of national emergency, the FDIC will use its Secure Email portal to send outgoing official supervisory correspondence.
    • Any parties that would normally send hardcopy mail for official business purposes related to supervisory matters to an FDIC facility are encouraged to instead send an electronic communication through the FDIC’s Secure Email portal or Enterprise File Exchange within FDICconnect.
  • The attached statement provides guidance about how to send information to the FDIC in a safe and secure manner using the FDIC’s Secure Email portal.
  • Many institutions already use this method of communication.

Distribution:

  • FDIC-Supervised Institutions

Suggested Routing:

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Credit Officer
  • Board of Directors

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Note:

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