On October 1, the FDIC released a request for information (RFI) on “FDIC Communication and Transparency.” The agency is seeking comments and information on how the agency can make its “communication with insured depository institutions (IDIs) more effective, streamlined, and clear [, including] . . . maximiz[ing] efficiency and minimiz[ing] burden associated with obtaining information on FDIC laws, regulations, policies, and other materials relevant to IDIs.” The RFI requests feedback on all types of communication from the FDIC, including (i) regulations, policies, procedures, and guidance; (ii) news and updates; (iii) industry data, educational materials, and outreach; and (iv) general and direct communications, such as email subscriptions, in-person meetings, and compliance reviews. In addition to general feedback, the RFI includes a list of suggested topics and questions for commenters to address.
Comments will be due 60 days after publication in the Federal Register.