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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Division of Supervision

550 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20429

Summary of Deposits Survey
TO:
SUBJECT:

FIL-101-96
December 13, 1996

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS OF INSURED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND
INSURED U.S. BRANCHES OF FOREIGN BANKS
1996 Summary of Deposits Survey Data Now Available

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The FDIC's annual Summary of Deposits, which provides detailed information about deposits at
the 71,000 offices operated by U.S. banks, is now available on the Internet (www.fdic.gov). The
new Internet capability has not only enabled the FDIC to make the survey available much earlier
than in the past, but has also made it possible to provide flexible and user-friendly tools for
accessing the branch deposit data.

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Deposit survey data as of June 30, 1996, is also available on magnetic tape (entire universe) or
a facsimile (individual banks or banks in a specified state or county). Requests for facsimiles
and tapes can be mailed to the FDIC Disclosure Group, Room F-518, 550 17th Street, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20429 or faxed to the Disclosure Group at (202) 898- 8614. All requests
should include the type of format desired and the mailing address and telephone number of the
requester. The cost for the magnetic tape is $85; facsimile cost is 10 cents per page. An invoice
will be mailed to the requestor along with the product.
As in past years, Data Books containing branch deposit information will continue to be mailed to
subscribers; distribution of the 1996 Data Books is scheduled for January 1997. If you would like
a Data Book and are not currently on the subscription list, send a written request to the FDIC
Public Information Center, 801 17th Street, N.W., Room 100, Washington, D.C. 20434.
Requests for a Data Book can also be faxed ((703) 562-2296) or sent via e-mail
(publicinfo@fdic.gov).
Future enhancements affecting the deposit survey are being planned. Beginning with the SOD
survey as of June 30, 1997, financial institutions will be able to file electronically rather than
submitting a hard-copy form. The ability to submit reports electronically should significantly
reduce the reporting burden for institutions required to provide this information and enable the
FDIC to further accelerate processing and publishing of the SOD survey data.

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For further information, please contact the FDIC's Trust and Survey Group at 1-800-765- 4081.
Nicholas J. Ketcha Jr.
Director

Distribution: Insured Commercial Banks and FDIC-Supervised Savings Banks
Note: Paper copies of FDIC financial institution letters may be obtained through the FDIC's Public
Information Center, 801 17th Street, N.W., Room 100, Washington, D.C. 20434 ((703) 562-2200)

Last Updated 03/6/2008

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