There are specific requirements fintech companies and third parties must comply with if they're going to partner with a bank. Make sure you're aware. Listen to this week's podcast to learn what you need to know about the FDIC guide for fintechs and third parties.
Hi – my name is Abbe with Venminder.
In this podcast, you’re going to learn a few tips for fintechs navigating the regulatory requirements unique to banking.
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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, referred to as the FDIC, which serves as the primary regulator for more than 3,400 banks in the U.S., has firm expectations on third-party risk, codified in their financial institution letters, FILs, 44-2008 and 3-2012, for example.
Now, they’ve gone a step further and told third parties what to expect to participate in today’s financial services world. The guidance is instructive both to bank management as well as the third-party management team.
Here are the highlights:
Additional resources that I recommend to review to assist with the process includes FIL-26-2004: Unfair or Deceptive Acts and Practices Under Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, as well as FIL-44-2008: Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk, and FIL-3-2012: Third Party Payment Processor Relationships Guidance.
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