A panel formed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to explore community banking issues is to hold its second meeting Thursday.

The advisory committee on community banking is to discuss the sector's efforts to increase capital and lending amid a challenging environment; examination issues facing community banks, including interest rate risk, and the resolution process for failed banks.

The all-day meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. in the agency's Washington headquarters. The committee's first meeting focused on the crisis' impact on community banks.

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