Banking Regulatory Information
State of Florida Banking Regulation Department
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's staff examine banking institutions in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee—the states that make up the Sixth Federal Reserve District. Most of the Sixth Federal District's international entities operate in Florida. The State of Florida Department of Financial Services Web site offers the Florida financial institution statutes, the Financial Institutions Directors Handbook, and detailed statistical breakdowns by agency.
FFIEC Country Exposure Data
Historical country exposure lending surveys for banks operating in the United States.
Public Enforcement Actions
Generally, the Federal Reserve takes formal enforcement actions against financial institutions for violations of laws, rules, or regulations; unsafe or unsound practices; and/or breaches of fiduciary duty. Formal enforcement actions include cease and desist orders, written agreements, removal and prohibition orders, and orders assessing civil money penalties. Since August 1989, the Federal Reserve has made all final enforcement orders public in accordance with the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989; since November 1990, it has made all written agreements public in accordance with the Crime Control Act of 1990.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Applications
The primary function of the Banking Applications unit is to take actions and make recommendations on applications and notices filed by Sixth District state member banks and bank holding companies and foreign banking organizations subject to Federal Reserve supervision.
Fed In Print
A cumulative index to all of the Federal Reserve Banks' publications.
Supervision and Regulation Letters
All publicly available Supervision and Regulation (SR) Letters since 1990. SR Letters address significant policy and procedural matters related to the Federal Reserve System's supervisory responsibilities.
The Federal Reserve's various examination manuals, including the Bank Secrecy Act Examination Manual, the Commercial Bank Examination Manual, and the Examination Manual for U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banking Organizations.
Opinions of Board staff and the Board of Governors.
The Federal Reserve uses reporting forms to collect data from bank holding companies, depository institutions, and other entities. The forms and instructions on this Web site are current and may be reproduced for use by respondents for data collection.
Joint Agency Statement on Parallel Banking Organizations—April 23, 2002.