DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/952tf7/2012_fdic_ruling) has announced the addition of the "2012 FDIC Ruling Survey Report" report to their offering.
The recent ruling by the FDIC has caused many institutions to begin changing their business banking fee structures and associated documentation. This ruling, handed down in July 2012, discourages financial institutions from designating customer fees as deposit insurance or from stating, or even implying, that the FDIC is charging such a fee.
Informa Research Services has just completed a comprehensive analysis of the results from our August 2012 FDIC Survey. This survey of commercial services and business banking professionals from more than 70 unique institutions (asset sizes ranging from less than $1B to more than $1T) asks how each institution is handling the changes resulting from this FDIC ruling.
The FDIC Ruling Survey Report is now available! While the specific survey results are anonymous, this study accurately captures a distinct picture of how the industry is meeting this new challenge.
The FDIC Ruling Survey Report contains the following information:
- Descriptions of how institutions currently identify FDIC insurance fees
- Naming conventions used for FDIC fees
- Timelines for changing naming conventions
- Alternative methods for recouping cost for institutions not charging FDIC fees
- Changes implemented to specific products/segments
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/952tf7/2012_fdic_ruling
Source: Research and Markets