Agency journal looks at financial performance in CRE lending in wake of pandemic

Financial performance in the wake of the pandemic by banks with concentrations in commercial real estate (CRE) lending – as well as examination observations about CRE lending risk management practices – is one of the key articles in the summer issue of a journal published Wednesday by the federal insurer of bank deposits, the agency said.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) said its summer 2022 issue of Supervisory Highlights is now available on the agency’s website.

In addition to the item on CRE lending, the FDIC highlighted a second article that is intended “to help financial institutions better understand the applicable capital, investment, and financial reporting requirements for the issuance of and investment in subordinated debt.”

The summer issue of the journal also includes a regulatory and supervisory roundup and an overview of recently released regulations, among other things, the agency said.

Supervisory Insights, summer 2022