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Fdic Remote Deposit Capture: A Primer

Fdic Remote Deposit Capture: A Primer

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A Year in BankSupervisionRemote Deposit CaptureRegulation ZRegulatory andSupervisory Roundup
Devoted to Advancing the Practice of Bank SupervisionVol. 6, Issue 1 Summer 2009
 
Supervisory Insights
Supervisory Insights 
is published by theDivision of Supervision and ConsumerProtection of the Federal DepositInsurance Corporation to promotesound principles and best practicesfor bank supervision.
Sheila C. Bair
Chairman, FDIC
Sandra L. Thompson
Director, Division of Supervision andConsumer Protection
Journal Executive Board
George E. French, Deputy Director andExecutive EditorChristopher J. Spoth, Senior DeputyDirectorDaniel E. Frye, Acting Deputy DirectorRobert W. Mooney, Deputy DirectorThomas E. Peddicord, Acting DeputyDirectorMark S. Schmidt, Acting Deputy DirectorThomas J. Dujenski, Regional DirectorDoreen R. Eberley, Acting RegionalDirectorStan R. Ivie, Regional DirectorJohn M. Lane, Acting Regional DirectorM. Anthony Lowe, Regional DirectorGale A. Simons-Poole, Acting RegionalDirector
Journal Staff
Kim E. Lowry
Managing Editor 
Daniel P. Bergman
Financial Writer 
John A. George
Financial Writer 
Supervisory Insights 
is availableonline by visiting the FDIC’s Web site atwww.fdic.gov. To provide comments orsuggestions for future articles, to requestpermission to reprint individual articles,or to request print copies, send an e-mail to SupervisoryJournal@fdic.gov.
The views expressed in
Supervisory Insights 
are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflectofficial positions of the Federal Deposit InsuranceCorporation. In particular, articles should not beconstrued as definitive regulatory or supervisoryguidance. Some of the information used in thepreparation of this publication was obtained frompublicly available sources that are consideredreliable. However, the use of this information doesnot constitute an endorsement of its accuracy by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
 
Letter from the Director ......................................................... 2
Issue at a Glance
Volume 6, Issue 1 Summer 2009
Regular Features
From the Examiner’s Desk:Changes to Regulation Z AffordIncreased Consumer Protections 25
Recent amendments to Regulation Z extend specific protections to consum- ers of a newly created category of mortgage loans called “higher-priced” home mortgages and enhance protec- tions for consumers of “high-cost” and other mortgages. This article examines each of the four significant amendments to Regulation Z and offers suggestions for compliance profession- als responsible for ensuring compliance with these critical regulatory changes.
Regulatory and Supervisory Roundup 42
This feature provides an overview of recently released regulations and supervisory guidance.
Articles
A Year in Bank Supervision:2008 and a Few of Its Lessons 3
2008 was a year of crisis for the U.S. financial services indus- try. In 2008 and shortly thereafter, more than $13 trillion intemporary loans, liability and asset guarantees, and other government programs supporting financial institutions were put in place or announced, and policymakers focused atten- tion on potential improvements to financial regulation. This article presents a chronology of the more significant events and developments affecting financial institutions during 2008 and concludes with a discussion of areas of supervisory focus going forward.
Remote Deposit Capture: A Primer 19
Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) technology is helping to improve the efficiency of how banks process check deposits. RDC allows financial institution customers to “deposit” checks electronically at remote locations, usually in the customers’ offices, for virtually instant credit to their accounts. This article discusses the development and recent growth in the use of RDC, identifies risks to financial institutions that offer this service, and highlights appropriate risk management strategies.
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