Temporary Las Vegas FDIC office will provide easy point of contact for Nevadans
March 31, 2010
Washington, DC – Nevada Senator Harry Reid today announced that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has temporarily dispatched two full-time employees to Las Vegas. These FDIC employees will provide assistance to Nevadans who had loans with failed banks. The nearest FDIC field office is located 248 miles away in Monrovia, California. Because of the significant number of Las Vegas area loans in receivership, this local office will provide Nevadans a point of contact to the FDIC.
“I thank the FDIC for taking action to help Nevadans deal with the fallout of failed banks,” Reid said. “When hardworking Nevadans suffer financial hardship through no fault of their own, it is important that agencies like this step up to provide needed assistance.”
“As receiver for many loans of failed banks in the Las Vegas area, the FDIC wants to make sure these borrowers have identified points of contact in their state to direct their questions,” Deputy to the Chairman for External Affairs Paul Nash said.
The two FDIC employees are Edmund F. Di Panni, a Post Closing Asset Manager in the FDIC’s Division of Resolutions and Receiverships, and Raymond J. Rudnicki, a Senior Ombudsman Specialist. Di Panni and Rudnicki will work out of an office located at 1400 S. Rainbow Boulevard in Las Vegas and can be reached at (702) 310-6203.
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