Banks spent about $100 million last year complying with the internal control reporting provisions of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Improvement Act, according to a recent study.

The law requires banks with more than $500 million in assets to file a report with regulators every year asserting that internal controls are in place. A certified public accountant must attest that the report is correct.

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