bank examination

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: examination - an examination of the affairs and records of a bank by a state or federal bank examiner
examination, scrutiny - the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
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In the process, he gained extensive experience in economic research, international operations, and bank examination and supervision during decades of good and bad times, times of prodigious change in business and banking practice and in technology.
Responding, Ahmed commended the NDIC for the thoroughness of its bank examination reports, which she noted had become acknowledged in the banking system.
The Banking Suite courses will aid banking and lending professionals in mitigating valuation risk, staying compliant, and improving bank examination scores by enhancing the safety and soundness of their real estate valuation programs.
Downing wants to use Heartland's bank examination report by the Federal Reserve System and the Arkansas State Bank Department as evidence in his client's case.
As if bank examination was not dynamic enough, the FDIC also offers rotational programs to work in other divisions of the Corporation.
The BSP chief said part of their legislative agenda were amendments to the Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA) as well as to the Bank Deposit Secrecy Law for bank examination purposes.
We also advise clients in managing regulatory risk concerning financial crime/AML issues arising in private commercial litigation, including the disclosure of, among other things, suspicious activity reporting and Bank Examination material.
BOV was evaluated under the Small Bank Examination procedures, which consider factors such as BOV's loan-to-deposit ratio and lending inside its assessment area.
Va., intends to promote consistency of bank examinations and due process and to enhance consistency in the interpretation and understanding of bank examination guidelines and regulations.
Subsequent chapters cover structure choices, the increasing emphasis on capital, policies applicable to all depository institutions, bank expansion, financial institution subsidiary structures, holding companies, and bank examination and enforcement.
He said the corporation had established Complaints Units in the Bank Examination Department and the Special Insured Institutions Department to cater for the needs of customers of deposit money banks and primary mortgage banks/micro finance banks across the country.
"When it works well, bank examination and supervision helps ensure the safety and soundness of the overall financial system, and can help individual banks better serve their customers and communities," says Frank Keating, ABA president and CEO.