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WASHINGTON — The Office of Inspector General at the FDIC found that while its Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection cited a number of banks for significant compliance violations last year, it did not “adequately” ensure corrective measures were taken and most still received a high rating.

FDIC’s DSC identified and reported 9,534 significant compliance violations during 2005, OIG reported. Of the 1,945 financial institutions examined in 2005, 1,607, or 83%, had been cited with “significant” compliance violations. Also, 837 (43%) of the 1,945 financial institutions examined had repeat, significant violations, of which 708 (85%) institutions were rated “1″ or “2.”

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