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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC )is an independent agency created by the Congress to maintain stability and confidence in the nation’s banking system by insuring deposits, examining and supervising financial institutions, and managing receiverships.
The FDIC Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has seven regional offices throughout the U.S. and was created pursuant to the Inspector General Act of 1978 to provide oversight at preventing inefficient or unlawful operations within the Department of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
FDIC Office of the Inspector General OIG Special Agents are Sworn Criminal Investigators and Federal Law Enforcement Officers pursuant to Section 6(e)(3) of the IG Act of 1978 and are trained at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Glynco, Georgia.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Office of the Inspector General OIG plays a key role in investigating sophisticated schemes of bank fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, and currency exchange rate manipulation.
FDIC IG investigations often involve bank executives, officers, and directors; other financial insiders such as attorneys, accountants, and commercial investors; private citizens conducting businesses; and in some instances, FDIC employees.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OIG special agents have been granted Federal law enforcement authority to conduct criminal investigations—including the authority to make arrests, obtain and execute search warrants, and carry firearms.
The FDIC Inspector General has broad jurisdiction to investigate crimes involving FDIC-regulated and insured banks and FDIC activities including programs to prevent, detect, and investigate criminal, civil, or administrative wrongdoing and misconduct by FDIC employees and contractors
OIG investigations typically involve bank fraud, wire fraud, procurement fraud, securities fraud, fraudulent representations of the FDIC insurance, money laundering, obstruction of bank examinations, criminal concealment of assets, theft of government property, and employee misconduct.