Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is an independent agency created by the Congress that maintains the stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system by insuring deposits, examining and supervising financial institutions, and managing receiverships. The FDIC is a leader in developing and implementing sound public policies, identifying and addressing new and existing risks in the nation’s financial system, and effectively and efficiently carrying out its insurance, supervisory, and receivership management responsibilities.
The FDIC and its employees have a long and continuing tradition of distinguished public service. Six core values guide FDIC employees as they strive to fulfill the Corporation’s mission and vision:
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- Integrity: FDIC employees adhere to the highest ethical standards in the performance of their duties and responsibilities.
- Competence: The FDIC maintains a highly skilled, dedicated, and diverse workforce.
- Teamwork: FDIC employees work cooperatively with one another and with employees in other regulatory agencies to accomplish the Corporation’s mission.
- Effectiveness: The FDIC responds quickly and successfully to identified risks in insured financial institutions and in the broader financial system.
- Financial Stewardship: The FDIC acts as a responsible fiduciary, consistently operating in an efficient and cost-effective manner on behalf of insured financial institutions and other stakeholders.
- Fairness: The FDIC treats all employees, insured financial institutions, and other stakeholders with impartiality and mutual respect.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Chairman