Community bankers who regularly survey the regulatory scene recognized the FDIC Improvement Act as an clarion call for renewed emphasis of internal control and risk management.

The law, enacted 1991, mandated that banks or thrifts with assets of $500 million or more obtain an independent accountant's attestation to the adequacy of the internal controls for financial reporting.

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