November 16 – The US government Store Protection Organization unexpectedly canceled a scheduled public meeting on Thursday,
In which board members were to consider supporting an assortment of bank expenses to recover from the spring disappointments of Silicon Valley Bank and Mark Bank.
The FDIC's directorate will compromise on the proposal in any case, though will do so privately "with notice," according to an FDIC representative, who declined to comment on the motives behind the change.
The scratch-off, which was reported about 15 minutes after the gathering started booking,
It came after seven days in which FDIC Director Martin Gruenberg faced sharp criticism from administrators on the Legislative Hall Slope over his treatment of allegations of inappropriate misconduct within the organization.
Money Road Diary on Monday announced allegations of sexual misconduct among employees at the organization's stations across the country between 2010 and 2022, citing interviews with more than 20 women who left their jobs.
Under a proposed rule announced in May, the typical $16 billion cost of bank failures would be collected in quarterly installments over a two-year time frame, with 95% paid for with resources of more than $50 billion.