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Subpart M—Other Filings

§ 303.240  General.

This subpart sets forth the filing procedures to be followed when seeking the FDIC's consent to engage in certain activities or accomplish other matters as specified in the individual sections contained herein. For those matters covered by this subpart that also have substantive FDIC regulations or related statements of policy, references to the relevant regulations or statements of policy are contained in the specific sections.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.240]

§ 303.241  Reduce or retire capital stock or capital debt instruments.

(a)  Scope--(1)  Insured State nonmember banks. The procedures contained in this section are to be followed by an insured State nonmember bank to seek the prior approval of the FDIC to reduce the amount or retire any part of its common or preferred stock, or to retire any part of its capital notes or debentures pursuant to section 18(i)(1) of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1828(i)(1)).

(2)  Insured State savings associations. The procedures contained in this section are to be followed by an insured State savings association to seek the prior approval of the FDIC to reduce the amount or retire any part of its common or preferred stock, or to retire any part of its capital notes or debentures, as if the insured State savings association were a State nonmember bank subject to the section 18(i)(1) of the Act (12 U.S.C. 1828(i)(1)).

(b)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC office.

(c)  Content of filing. The application shall contain the following:

(1)  The type and amount of the proposed change to the capital structure and the reason for the change;

(2)  A schedule detailing the present and proposed capital structure;

(3)  The time period that the proposal will encompass;

(4)  If the proposal involves a series of transactions affecting Tier 1 capital components which will be consummated over a period of time which shall not exceed twelve months, the application shall certify that the insured depository institution will maintain itself as a well-capitalized institution as defined in part 324 of this chapter both before and after each of the proposed transactions;

(5)  If the proposal involves the repurchase of capital instruments, the amount of the repurchase price and the basis for establishing the fair market value of the repurchase price;

(6)  A statement that the proposal will be available to all holders of a particular class of outstanding capital instruments on an equal basis, and if not, the details of any restrictions; and

(7)  The date that the applicant's board of directors approved the proposal.

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the application.

(e)  Undercapitalized institutions. Procedures regarding applications by an undercapitalized insured depository institution to retire capital stock or capital debt instruments pursuant to section 38 of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1831o) are set forth in subpart K (Prompt Corrective Action), § 303.203. Applications pursuant to section 38 and this section should be filed concurrently, or as a single application.

(f)  Expedited processing for eligible depository institutions. An application filed under this section by an eligible depository institution as defined in § 303.2(r) will be acknowledged in writing by the FDIC and will receive expedited processing, unless the applicant is notified in writing to the contrary and provided with the basis for that decision. The FDIC may remove an application from expedited processing for any of the reasons set forth in § 303.11(c)(2). Absent such removal, an application processed under expedited processing will be deemed approved 20 days after the FDIC's receipt of a substantially complete application.

(g)  Standard processing. For those applications that are not processed pursuant to expedited procedures, the FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action as soon as the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.241]

[Section 303.241 amended at 78 Fed. Reg. 55340, September 10, 2013; 83 Fed. Reg. 17739, April 24, 2018; 85 Fed. Reg. 3245, January 21, 2020, effective February 20, 2020]

§ 303.242  Exercise of trust powers.

(a)   Scope. This section contains the procedures to be followed by a State nonmember bank or State savings association that seeks to obtain the FDIC's prior written consent to exercise trust powers. The FDIC's prior written consent to exercise trust powers is not required in the following circumstances:

(1)  Where a State nonmember bank or State savings association received authority to exercise trust powers from its chartering authority prior to December 1, 1950; or

(2)  Where the institution continues to conduct trust activities pursuant to authority granted by its chartering authority subsequent to a charter conversion or withdrawal from membership in the Federal Reserve System.

(b)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit to the appropriate FDIC office a completed form, "Application for Consent to Exercise Trust Powers." This form may be obtained from any FDIC regional director.

(c)  Content of filing. The filing shall consist of the completed trust application form.

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the filing.

(e)  Expedited processing for eligible depository institutions. An application filed under this section by an eligible depository institution as defined in § 303.2(r) will be acknowledged in writing by the FDIC and will receive expedited processing, unless the applicant is notified in writing to the contrary and provided with the basis for that decision. The FDIC may remove an application from expedited processing for any of the reasons set forth in § 303.11(c)(2.). Absent such removal, an application processed under expedited procedures will be deemed approved 30 days after the FDIC's receipt of a substantially complete application.

(f)  Standard processing. For those applications that are not processed pursuant to the expedited procedures, the FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action when the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.242]

[Section 303.242 amended at 83 Fed. Reg. 60337, November 26, 2018, effective January 1, 2019]

§ 303.243  Brokered deposits.

(a)  Brokered deposit waivers--(1)  Scope. Pursuant to section 29 of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1831f) and part 337 of this chapter, an adequately capitalized insured depository institution may not accept, renew or roll over any brokered deposits unless it has obtained a waiver from the FDIC. A well-capitalized insured depository institution may accept brokered deposits without a waiver, and an undercapitalized insured depository institution may not accept, renew or roll over any brokered deposits under any circumstances. This section contains the procedures to be followed to file with the FDIC for a brokered deposit waiver. The FDIC will provide notice to the depository institution's appropriate federal banking agency and any state regulatory agency, as appropriate, that a request for a waiver has been filed and will consult with such agency or agencies, prior to taking action on the institution's request for a waiver. Prior notice and/or consultation shall not be required in any particular case if the FDIC determines that the circumstances require it to take action without giving such notice and opportunity for consultation.

(2)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC office.

(3)  Content of filing. The application shall contain the following:

(i)  The time period for which the waiver is requested;

(ii)  A statement of the policy governing the use of brokered deposits in the institution's overall funding and liquidity management program;

(iii)  The volume, rates and maturities of the brokered deposits held currently and anticipated during the waiver period sought, including any internal limits placed on the terms, solicitation and use of brokered deposits;

(iv)  How brokered deposits are costed and compared to other funding alternatives and how they are used in the institution's lending and investment activities, including a detailed discussion of asset growth plans;

(v)  Procedures and practices used to solicit brokered deposits, including an identification of the principal sources of such deposits;

(vi)  Management systems overseeing the solicitation, acceptance and use of brokered deposits;

(vii)  A recent consolidated financial statement with balance sheet and income statements; and

(viii)  The reasons the institution believes its acceptance, renewal or rollover of brokered deposits would pose no undue risk.

(4)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the application.

(5)  Expedited processing for eligible depository institutions. An application filed under this section by an eligible depository institution as defined in this paragraph will be acknowledged in writing by the FDIC and will receive expedited processing, unless the applicant is notified in writing to the contrary and provided with the basis for that decision. For the purpose of this section, an applicant will be deemed an eligible depository institution if it satisfies all of the criteria contained in § 303.2(r) except that the applicant may be adequately capitalized rather than well-capitalized. The FDIC may remove an application from expedited processing for any of the reasons set forth in § 303.11(c)(2). Absent such removal, an application processed under expedited procedures will be deemed approved 21 days after the FDIC's receipt of a substantially complete application.

(6)  Standard processing. For those filings which are not processed pursuant to the expedited procedures, the FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action as soon as the decision is rendered.

(7)  Conditions for approval. A waiver issued pursuant to this section shall:

(i)  Be for a fixed period, generally no longer than two years, but may be extended upon refiling; and

(ii)  May be revoked by the FDIC at any time by written notice to the institution.

(b)  Primary purpose exception notices and applications--

(1)  Scope. This section sets forth a process for an agent or nominee, or an insured depository institution on behalf of an agent or nominee, to notify the FDIC that it will rely upon a designated exception in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(1)(i) and (ii) of this chapter. This section also sets forth a process for an agent or nominee, or an insured depository institution on behalf of an agent or nominee, to apply for the primary purpose exception, as described in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(2) of this chapter.

(2)  Definitions. For purposes of this paragraph (b):

(i)  Third party means an agent or nominee that submits a notice that it will rely upon a designated exception in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(1)(i) and (ii) of this chapter or applies to be excluded from the definition of deposit broker pursuant to the primary purpose exception as described in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(2) of this chapter.

(ii)  Notice filer means a third party or an insured depository institution on behalf of a third party, that submits a written notice that the third party will rely upon a designated business exception in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(1)(i) and (ii) of this chapter.

(iii)  Applicant means a third party, or an insured depository institution on behalf of a third party, that applies to be excluded from the definition of deposit broker pursuant to the primary purpose exception, as described in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(2) of this chapter.

(3)  Notice requirement for designated business exceptions. A third party, or an insured depository institution on behalf of a third party, must notify the FDIC through a written notice that the third party will rely upon a designated business exception described in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(1)(i) and (ii) of this chapter in order to rely on that designated business exception.

(i)  Contents of notice. The notice must include: The designated exception upon which the third party will rely; a brief description of the business line; the applicable specific contents for the designated exception; either a statement that there is no involvement of any additional third party who qualifies as a deposit broker or a brief description of any additional third party that may qualify as a deposit broker; and if the notice is provided by a nonbank third party, a list of the insured depository institutions that are receiving deposits by or through the particular business line. The applicable specific contents for the following designated exceptions are:

(A)  25 percent test (as described in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(1)(i) of this chapter).

(1)  The total amount of customer assets under administration by the third party for that particular business line; and

(2)  The total amount of deposits placed by the third party on behalf of its customers, for that particular business line, at all depository institutions, being placed by that third party.

(B)  Enabling transactions test (as described in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(1)(ii) of this chapter).

(1)  Contractual evidence that there is no interest, fees, or other remuneration, being paid to any customer accounts; and

(2)  A certification that all customer deposits that are placed at insured depository institutions are in transaction accounts.

(ii)  Additional information for notices. The FDIC may request additional information from the notice filer at any time after receipt of the notice.

(iii)  Additional notice filers. The FDIC may include notice and/or reporting requirements as part of a designated exception identified under § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(2)(xiv) of this chapter.

(iv)  Subsequent notices. A notice filer that previously submitted a notice under this section shall submit a subsequent notice to the FDIC if, at any point, the notice filer no longer meets the designated business exception that was the subject of its previous notice.

(v)  Ongoing requirements for notice filers. Notice filers that submit a notice under the 25 percent test must provide quarterly updates to the FDIC on the figures described in paragraph (b)(3)(i)(A) of this section that were provided as part of the written notice. Notice filers that submit a notice under the enabling transactions test must provide an annual certification to the FDIC that the third party continues to place all customer funds at insured depository institutions into transaction accounts and that customers do not receive any interest, fees, or other remuneration.

(vi)  Revocation of primary purpose exception. The FDIC may, with notice, revoke a primary purpose exception of a third party, or a person required to submit a notice under paragraph (b)(3)(iii) of this section, that qualifies for the primary purpose exception due to reliance on a designated exception, if:

(A)  The third party no longer meets the criteria for a designated exception;

(B)  The notice or subsequent reporting is inaccurate; or

(C)  The notice filer fails to submit required reports.

(4)  Application requirements. A third party, or an insured depository institution on behalf of a third party, may submit an application to the FDIC seeking a primary purpose exception for business relationships not designated in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(1) of this chapter.

(i)  For applications for primary purpose exception to enable transactions with fees, interest, or other remuneration provided to the depositor. Applicants that seek the primary purpose exception where customer funds that are placed at depository institutions are placed into transaction accounts, and fees, interest, or other remuneration are provided to the depositor, must include the following information, with respect to the particular business line:

(A)  Contractual evidence on the amount of interest, fees, or other remuneration, being paid on customer accounts;

(B)  Any marketing materials provided by the third party to insured depository institutions or its customers;

(C)  The average number of transactions for all customer accounts, and an explanation of how its customers utilize its services for the purpose of making payments and not for the receipt of a deposit placement service or deposit insurance;

(D)  The percentage of customer funds placed in deposit accounts that are not transaction accounts;

(E)  A description of any additional third parties that provide assistance with the placement of deposits at insured depository institutions; and

(F)  Any other information that the FDIC requires to initiate its review and render the application complete.

(ii)  For applications for primary purpose exception not covered by paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this section. Applicants that seek the primary purpose exception, other than applications under paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this section, must include, to the extent applicable:

(A)  A description of the deposit placement arrangements between the third party and insured depository institutions for the particular business line, including the services provided by any relevant third parties;

(B)  A description of the particular business line;

(C)  A description of the primary purpose of the particular business line;

(D)  The total amount of customer assets under management by the third party, with respect to the particular business line;

(E)  The total amount of deposits placed by the third party at all insured depository institutions, including the amounts placed with the applicant, if the applicant is an insured depository institution, with respect to the particular business line. This includes the total amount of term deposits and transactional deposits placed by the third party, but should be exclusive of the amount of brokered CDs, as defined in § 337.6(a)(5)(v)(I)(3) of this chapter, being placed by that third party;

(F)  Revenue generated from the third party's activities related to the placement, or facilitating the placement, of deposits, with respect to the particular business line;

(G)  Revenue generated from the third party's activities not related to the placement, or facilitating the placement, of deposits, with respect to the particular business line;

(H)  A description of the marketing activities provided by the third party, with respect to the particular business line;

(I)  The reasons the third party meets the primary purpose exception;

(J)  Any other information the applicant deems relevant; and

(K)  Any other information that the FDIC requires to initiate its review and render the application complete.

(iii)  Additional information for applications. The FDIC may request additional information from the applicant at any time during processing of the application.

(iv)  Application timing.

(A)  An applicant that submits a complete application under this section will receive a written determination by the FDIC within 120 days of receipt of a complete application.

(B)  If an application is submitted that is not complete, the FDIC will, within 45 days of submission, notify the applicant and explain what is needed to render the application complete.

(C)  The FDIC may extend the 120--day timeframe, if necessary, to complete its review of a complete application, with notice to the applicant, for a maximum of 120 additional days.

(v)  Application approvals. The FDIC will approve an application--

(A)  Submitted under paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this section if the FDIC finds that the third party's marketing materials indicate that the primary purpose of placing customer deposits at insured depository institutions is to enable transactions, and:

(1)  Nominal interest, fees, or other remuneration is being paid on any customer accounts, or

(2)  The third party's customers make, on average, more than 6 transactions a month.

(B)  Submitted under paragraph (b)(4)(ii) of this section if the FDIC finds that the applicant demonstrates that, with respect to the particular business line under which the third party places or facilitates the placement of deposits, the primary purpose of the third party's business relationship with its customers is a purpose other than the placement or facilitation of the placement of deposits.

(vi)  Ongoing reporting for applications.

(A)  The FDIC will describe any reporting requirements, if applicable, as part of its written approval for a primary purpose exception.

(B)  Applicants that receive a written approval for the primary purpose exception, shall provide reporting to the FDIC and, in the case of an insured depository institution, to its primary Federal regulator, if required under this section.

(vii)  Requesting additional information, requiring re-application, imposing additional conditions, and withdrawing approvals. At any time after approval of an application for the primary purpose exception, the FDIC may at its discretion, with written notice and adequate justification:

(A)  Require additional information from an applicant to ensure that the approval is still appropriate, or for purposes of verifying the accuracy and correctness of the information provided to an insured depository institution or submitted to the FDIC as part of the application under this section;

(B)  Require the applicant to reapply for approval;

(C)  Impose additional conditions on an approval; or

(D)  Withdraw an approval.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. 303.243]

[Section 303.243 amended at 86 Fed. Reg. 6787, January 22, 2021, effective April 1, 2021]

§ 303.244  Golden parachute and severance plan payments.

(a)  Scope. Pursuant to section 18(k) of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1828(k)) and part 359 of this chapter, an insured depository institution or depository institution holding company may not make golden parachute payments or excess nondiscriminatory severance plan payments unless the depository institution or holding company obtains permission to make such payments in accordance with the rules contained in part 359 of this chapter. This section contains the procedures to file for the FDIC's consent when such consent is necessary under part 359 of this chapter.

(1)  Golden parachute payments. A troubled insured depository institution or a troubled depository institution holding company is prohibited from making golden parachute payments (as defined in § 359.1(f)(1) of this chapter) unless it obtains the consent of the appropriate federal banking agency and the written concurrence of the FDIC. Therefore, in the case of golden parachute payments, the procedures in this section apply to all troubled insured depository institutions and troubled depository institution holding companies.

(2)  Excess nondiscriminatory severance plan payments. In the case of excess nondiscriminatory severance plan payments as provided by § 359.1(f)(2)(v) of this chapter, the FDIC's consent is necessary for state nonmember banks that meet the criteria set forth in § 359.1(f)(1)(ii) of this chapter. In addition, the FDIC's consent is required for all insured depository institutions or depository institution holding companies that meet the same criteria and seek to make payments in excess of the 12-month amount specified in § 359.1(f)(2)(v).

(b)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC regional director.

(c)  Content of filing. The application shall contain the following:

(1)  The reasons why the applicant seeks to make the payment;

(2)  An identification of the institution-affiliated party who will receive the payment;

(3)  A copy of any contract or agreement regarding the subject matter of the filing;

(4)  The cost of the proposed payment and its impact on the institution's capital and earnings;

(5)  The reasons why the consent to the payment should be granted; and

(6)  Certification and documentation as to each of the points cited in § 359.4(a)(4).

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the filing.

(e)  Processing. The FDIC will provide the applicant with a subsequent written notification of the final action taken as soon as the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.244]

[Section 303.244 amended at 68 Fed. Reg. 50461, August 21, 2003, effective September 22, 2003]

§ 303.245  Waiver of liability for commonly controlled depository institutions.

(a)  Scope. Section 5(e) of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1815(e)) creates liability for commonly controlled insured depository institutions for losses incurred or anticipated to be incurred by the FDIC in connection with the default of a commonly controlled insured depository institution or any assistance provided by the FDIC to any commonly controlled insured depository institution in danger of default. In addition to certain statutory exceptions and exclusions contained in sections 5(e)(6), (7) and (8), the FDI Act also permits the FDIC, in its discretion, to exempt any insured depository institution from this liability if it determines that such exemption is in the best interests of the Deposit Insurance Fund. This section describes procedures to request a conditional waiver of liability pursuant to section 5 of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1815(e)(5)(A)).

(b)  Definition. Conditional waiver of liability means an exemption from liability pursuant to section 5(e) of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1815(e)) subject to terms and conditions.

(c)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC office.

(d)  Content of filing. The application shall contain the following information:

(1)  The basis for requesting a waiver;

(2)  The existence of any significant events (e.g., change in control, capital injection, etc.) that may have an impact upon the applicant and/or any potentially liable institution;

(3)  Current, and if applicable, pro forma financial information regarding the applicant and potentially liable institution(s); and

(4)  The benefits to the appropriate FDIC insurance fund resulting from the waiver and any related events.

(e)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during the processing of the filing.

(f)  Processing. The FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action as soon as the decision is rendered.

(g)  Failure to comply with terms of conditional waiver. In the event a conditional waiver of liability is issued, failure to comply with the terms specified therein may result in the termination of the conditional waiver of liability. The FDIC reserves the right to revoke the conditional waiver of liability after giving the applicant written notice of such revocation and a reasonable opportunity to be heard on the matter pursuant to § 303.10.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.245]

[Section 303.245 amended at 20526, April 21, 2006]

§ 303.246  Conversion with diminution of capital.

(a)  Scope. This section contains the procedures to be followed by an insured federal depository institution seeking the prior written consent of the FDIC pursuant to section 18(i)(2) of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1828(i)(2)) to convert from an insured federal depository institution to an insured state nonmember bank (except a District bank) where the capital stock or surplus of the resulting bank will be less than the capital stock or surplus, respectively, of the converting institution at the time of the shareholders' meeting approving such conversion.

(b)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC office.

(c)  Content of filing. The application shall contain the following information:

(1)  A description of the proposed transaction;

(2)  A schedule detailing the present and proposed capital structure; and

(3)  A copy of any documents submitted to the state chartering authority with respect to the charter conversion.

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during the processing.

(e)  Processing. The FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action when the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.247]

[Section 303.247 redesignated as section 303.246 at 71 Fed. Reg. 20526, April 21, 2006]

§ 303.247  Continue or resume status as an insured institution following termination under section 8 of the FDI Act.

(a)  Scope. This section relates to an application by a depository institution whose insured status has been terminated under section 8 of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1818) for permission to continue or resume its status as an insured depository institution. This section covers institutions whose deposit insurance continues in effect for any purpose or for any length of time under the terms of an FDIC order terminating deposit insurance, but does not cover operating non-insured depository institutions which were previously insured by the FDIC, or any non-insured, non-operating depository institution whose charter has not been surrendered or revoked.

(b)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC office.

(c)  Content of filing. The filing shall contain the following information:

(1)  A complete statement of the action requested, all relevant facts, and the reason for such requested action; and

(2)  A certified copy of the resolution of the depository institution's board of directors authorizing submission of the filing.

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the filing.

(e)  Processing. The FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action as soon as the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.248]

[Section 303.248 redesignated as section 303.247 at 71 Fed. Reg. 20526, April 21, 2006]

§ 303.248  Truth in Lending Act--Relief from reimbursement.

(a)  Scope. This section applies to requests for relief from reimbursement pursuant to the Truth in Lending Act (15 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) and Regulation Z (12 CFR part 226). Related delegations of authority are also set forth.

(b)  Procedures to be followed in filing initial requests for relief. Requests for relief from reimbursement shall be filed with the appropriate FDIC office or within 60 days after receipt of the compliance report of examination containing the request to conduct a file search and make restitution to affected customers. The filing shall contain a complete and concise statement of the action requested, all relevant facts, the reasons and analysis relied upon as the basis for such requested action, and all supporting documentation.

(c)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of any such requests.

(d)  Processing. The FDIC will acknowledge receipt of the request for reconsideration and provide the applicant with written notification of its determination within 60 days of its receipt of the request for reconsideration.

(e)  Procedures to be followed in filing requests for reconsideration. Within 15 days of receipt of written notice that its request for relief has been denied, the requestor may petition the appropriate FDIC office for reconsideration of such request in accordance with the procedures set forth in § 303.11(f).

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.248]

[Section 303.249 redesignated as section 303.248 at 71 Fed. Reg. 20526, April 21, 2006]

§ 303.249  Management official interlocks.

(a)  Scope. This section contains the procedures to be followed by an insured State nonmember bank or an insured State savings association to seek the approval of FDIC to establish an interlock pursuant to the Depository Institutions Management Interlocks Act (12 U.S.C. 3207), section 13 of the FDI Act (12 U.S.C. 1823(k)) and part 348 of this chapter.

(b)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC office.

(c)  Content of filing. The application shall contain the following:

(1)  A description of the proposed interlock;

(2)  A statement of reason as to why the interlock will not result in a monopoly or a substantial lessening of competition; and

(3)  If the applicant is seeking an exemption set forth in § 348.6 of this chapter, a description of the particular exemption which is being requested and a statement of reasons as to why the exemption is applicable.

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the filing.

(e)  Processing. The FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action when the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.249]

[Section 303.249 amended at 86 Fed. Reg. 8097, February 3, 2021, effective March 5, 2021]

§ 303.250  Modification of conditions.

(a)  Scope. This section contains the procedures to be followed by an insured depository institution to seek the prior consent of the FDIC to modify the requirement of a prior approval of a filing issued by the FDIC.

(b)  Where to file. Applicants should submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC regional director.

(c)  Content of filing. The application should contain the following information:

(1)  A description of the original approved application;

(2)  A description of the modification requested; and

(3)  The reason for the request.

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the filing.

(e)  Processing. The FDIC will provide the applicant with a written notification of the final action as soon as the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.250]

[Section 303.251 redesignated as section 303.250 at 71 Fed. Reg. 20526, April 21, 2006]

§ 303.251  Extension of time.

(a)  Scope. This section contains the procedures to be followed by an insured depository institution to seek the prior consent of the FDIC for additional time to fulfill a condition required in an approval of a filing issued by the FDIC or to consummate a transaction which was the subject of an approval by the FDIC.

(b)  Where to file. Applicants shall submit a letter application to the appropriate FDIC office.

(c)  Content of filing. The application shall contain the following information:

(1)  A description of the original approved application;

(2)  Identification of the original time limitation;

(3)  The additional time period requested; and

(4)  The reason for the request.

(d)  Additional information. The FDIC may request additional information at any time during processing of the filing.

(e)  Processing. The FDIC will provide the applicant with written notification of the final action as soon as the decision is rendered.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 303.251]

[Section 303.252 redesignated as section 303.251 at 71 Fed. Reg. 20526, April 21, 2006]

§§ 303.252--303.259  [Reserved]


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