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Temporary Actions Taken by the Depository Division: Effective April 1, 2020


Audit Submission Requirements - The Department extends the timing of the audit submission requirement for banks and corporate fiduciaries outlined in DFI Policy Statement 001-04 for an additional 60 days and the completion of an audit for credit unions, outlined in 28-7-1-18, by 60 days. 


Annual Meetings – Indiana code directs corporate bylaws to designate the time and manner of the annual membership/shareholder meeting.  Given the concern around gatherings, and Executive Order 20-08 issued by Governor Holcomb limiting gathering and travel outside of the home except for essential services, the Department does not object to a temporary change in the corporate bylaws to alter the manner in which meetings are conducted.  Financial institutions must still ensure proper notice is provided and all members/shareholders are given sufficient ability to participate in the meeting in whatever manners are designated.  An ability to vote in the event a member/shareholder cannot attend the meeting shall also still be provided.


Federal Regulatory COVID Resource Sites & Issuances


Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago



Trade Group Resources

American Bankers Association

Conference of State Bank Supervisors

Credit Union National Association

Independent Community Bankers of America

National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors


Other Financial Resources

Department of Housing and Urban Development Resources

Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority

U.S. Small Business Administration Guidance and Loan Resources


COVID-19 State Health Resources

State of Indiana Coronavirus Homepage



If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our staff at 317-232-3955.  We are available to offer regulatory assistance to all state-chartered financial institutions affected by COVID-19 related concerns. We stand ready to assist as we are able, and appreciate your interest in maintaining employee health while continuing to serve Indiana.