FDIC will hold first roundtable on financial reform law

In July, the FDIC announced it would hold a series of roundtables to discuss implementation issues. 

The agency also has said it will provide biweekly updates with names and affiliations of private-sector individuals who meet with senior FDIC officials to discuss parts of the Dodd-Frank financial reform transition process that are subject to independent or joint rulemaking. 

The FDIC also will webcast all board meetings, including those dealing with regulatory reform. 

"The FDIC's open door policy will make it easier for the public to give input and track the rulemaking process as the agency implements the new law," a statement said. "This will provide the American people with the ability to see in a clear and straightforward way how financial services reform will be implemented."

The FDIC will provide a webcast of Tuesday's meeting