Systemic resolution advisory panel meets Oct. 1

A Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) advisory panel on systemic resolution matters, and which last met in December 2018, is scheduled to hold an open meeting this Oct. 1 to discuss issues and developments related to the resolution of systemically important financial companies.

The FDIC’s System Resolution Advisory Committee meeting will be webcast out of continued abundance of caution due to the health pandemic, according to the meeting notice slated for publication Wednesday in the Federal Register. The Oct. 1 meeting is scheduled to run from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ET.

The advisory committee added five members this July, including former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke  and Gary Cohn, the former top economic advisor for the Trump administration. It can have up to 20 members but currently has 16.

Meeting notice

RR: Bernanke, Cohn among five added to FDIC advisory panel on resolution of systemically important firms (July 23, 2020)