Money deposited in Barclays Bank certificate of deposit and savings accounts are FDIC insured.  Barclays Bank is an FDIC insured bank and the certificate of deposit accounts offered by the bank are insured up to the maximum amount per depositor, per deposit category.  Barclays Bank is based in Wilmington. DE and has been FDIC insured since 2001.  The FDIC certificate number for Barclays is 57203.  The bank is state chartered commercial bank.  The primary federal regulator for the bank is the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

The bank holding company that operates Barclays Bank is London based Barclays PLC.  Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in retail banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth management with an extensive international presence in Europe the Americas and Africa and Asia.  Non-deposit investment products that may be offered by the bank are not FDIC insured.  Examples of products offered by some banks in the U.S. that are not FDIC insured include mutual funds, stocks, bonds, annuities, and other investments.  In the US, Barclays engages primarily in online banking as well as issuing and managing consumer and business credit cards.

Consumers that have a question regarding FDIC deposit insurance coverage, or an inquiry or a complaint regarding a financial institution can contact the FDIC for more information at 1-877-275-3342.  New or existing customers of Barclays Bank that are interest in the bank products and services, including the bank CDs, should contact the banking institution for more details.

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