Inactive Financial Institution Letters


Financial Institution Letters (FILs) are addressed to the Chief Executive Officers of the financial institutions on the FIL's distribution list -- generally, FDIC-supervised institutions. FILs may announce new regulations and policies, new FDIC publications, and a variety of other matters of principal interest to those responsible for operating a bank or savings association. The inactive FILs represent those letters that have been rescinded by the FDIC or have expired over time.

  • Inactive FILs

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    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Inactive Financial Institution Letters , 1995-2021,, accessed on June 25, 2024.