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7500 - FRB Regulations



SEC. 11 Reports of assets and liabilities
SEC. 11A Pricing of services
SEC. 19(b) Reserve requirements
SEC. 19(c) Promulgation of rules and regulations respecting maintenance of balances
SEC. 22(g) Loans to executive officers of banks
SEC. 22(h) Extensions of credit to executive officers, directors, and principal shareholders of member banks
SEC. 23A Banking Affiliates Act of 1982
(a) Restrictions on transactions with affiliates
(b) Definitions
(c) Collateral for certain transactions with affiliates
(d) Exemptions
(e) Rules relating to banks with financial subsidiaries
(f) Rulemaking and additional exemptions
SEC. 23B Banking affiliates
SEC. 25A Formation authorized, Fiscal agents depositaries in insular possessions



SEC. 204.1 Authority, purpose and scope
SEC. 204.2 Definitions
SEC. 204.3 Reporting and location
SEC. 204.4 Computation of required reserves 
SEC. 204.5 Maintenance of required reserves
SEC. 204.6 Changes for reserve deficiencies
SEC. 204.7 Supplemental reserve requirement
SEC. 204.8 International banking facilities
SEC. 204.9 Emergency reserve requirement
SEC. 204.10 Payment of interest on balances


SEC. 204.121 Bankers' banks
SEC. 204.122 Secondary market activities of International Banking Facilities
SEC. 204.123 Sale of federal funds by investment companies or trusts in which the entire beneficial interest is held exclusively by depository institutions
SEC. 204.124 Repurchase agreement involving shares of a money market mutual fund whose portfolio consists wholly of United States Treasury and federal agency securities
SEC. 204.125 Foreign, international, and supranational entities referred to in §§ 204.2(c)(1)(iv)(E) and 204.8(a)(2)(i)(B)(5)
SEC. 204.126 Depository institution participation in ``federal funds'' market
SEC. 204.127 Nondepository participation in ``federal funds'' market
SEC. 204.128 Deposits at foreign branches guaranteed by domestic office of a depository institution
SEC. 204.129 [Removed]
SEC. 204.130 Eligibility for NOW accounts
SEC. 204.131 Participation by a depository institution in the secondary market for its own time deposits
SEC. 204.132 Treatment of loan strip participations
SEC. 204.133 Multiple savings deposits treated as a transaction account
SEC. 204.134 Linked time deposits and transaction accounts
SEC. 204.135 Shifting funds between depository institutions to make use of the low reserve tranche
SEC. 204.136 Treatment of trust overdrafts for reserve requirement reporting purposes


SEC. 206.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 206.2 Definitions
SEC. 206.3 Prudential standards
SEC. 206.4 Credit exposure
SEC. 206.5 Capital levels of correspondents
SEC. 206.6 Waiver


Subpart A—International Operations of U.S. Banking Organizations

SEC. 211.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 211.2 Definitions
SEC. 211.3 Foreign branches of U.S. banking organizations
SEC. 211.4 Permissible activities and investments of foreign branches of member banks
SEC. 211.5 Edge and agreement corporations
SEC. 211.6 Permissible activities of Edge and agreement corporations in the United States
SEC. 211.7 Voluntary liquidation of Edge and agreement corporations
SEC. 211.8 Investments and activities abroad
SEC. 211.9 Investment procedures
SEC. 211.10 Permissible activities abroad
SEC. 211.11 Advisory opinions under Regulation K
SEC. 211.12 Lending limits and capital requirements
SEC. 211.13 Supervision and reporting

Subpart B—Foreign Banking Organizations

SEC. 211.20 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 211.21 Definitions
SEC. 211.22 Interstate banking operations for foreign banking organizations
SEC. 211.23 Nonbanking activities of foreign banking organizations
SEC. 211.24 Approval of offices of foreign banks; procedures for applications; standards for approval; representative office activities and standards for approval; preservation of existing authority
SEC. 211.25 Termination of offices of foreign banks
SEC. 211.26 Examination of offices and affiliates of foreign banks
SEC. 211.27 Disclosure of supervisory information to foreign supervisors
SEC. 211.28 Provisions applicable to branches and agencies: limitation on loans to one borrower
SEC. 211.29 Applications by state branches and state agencies to conduct activities not permissible for federal branches
SEC. 211.30 Criteria for evaluating the U.S. operations of foreign banks not subject to consolidated supervision

Subpart C—Export Trading Companies

SEC. 211.31 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 211.32 Definitions
SEC. 211.33 Investments and extensions of credit
SEC. 211.34 Procedures for filing and processing notices

Subpart D—International Lending Supervision

SEC. 211.41 Authority, purpose and scope
SEC. 211.42 Definitions
SEC. 211.43 Allocated transfer risk reserve
SEC. 211.44 Reporting and disclosure of international assets
SEC. 211.45 Accounting for fees on international loans


SEC. 211.601 Status of certain offices for purposes of the International Banking Act restrictions on interstate banking operations
SEC. 211.602 Investments by United States banking organizations in foreign companies that transact business in the United States
SEC. 211.603 Commodity swap transactions
SEC. 211.604 Data processing activities
SEC. 211.605 Permissible underwriting activities of foreign banks


Subpart A—Loans by Member Banks to Their Executive Officers, Directors, and Principal Shareholders

SEC. 215.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 215.2 Definitions
SEC. 215.3 Extension of credit
SEC. 215.4 General prohibitions
SEC. 215.5 Additional restrictions on loans to executive officers of member banks
SEC. 215.6 Prohibition on knowingly receiving unauthorized extension of credit
SEC. 215.7 Extensions of credit outstanding on March 10, 1979
SEC. 215.8 Records of member banks
SEC. 215.9 Disclosure of credit from member banks to executive officers and principal shareholders
SEC. 215.10 Reporting requirement for credit secured by certain bank stock
SEC. 215.11 Civil penalties
Appendix A to Part 215–Section 5200 of the Revised Statutes total loans and extensions of credit 



SEC. 220.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 220.2 Definitions
SEC. 220.3 General provisions
SEC. 220.4 Margin account
SEC. 220.5 Special memorandum account
SEC. 220.6 Good faith account
SEC. 220.7 Broker-dealer credit account
SEC. 220.8 Cash account
SEC. 220.9 Clearance of securities, options, and futures
SEC. 220.10 Borrowing and lending securities
SEC. 220.11 Requirements for the list of marginable OTC stocks and the list of foreign margin stocks
SEC. 220.12 Supplement: Margin requirements
SEC. 220.132 Credit to brokers and dealers


SEC. 221.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 221.2 Definitions
SEC. 221.3 General Requirements
SEC. 221.4 Employee stock option, purchase, and ownership plans
SEC. 221.5 Special purpose loans to brokers and dealers
SEC. 221.6 Exempted transactions
SEC. 221.7 Supplement: Maximum loan value of margin stock and other collateral


SEC. 221.101 Determination and effect of purpose of loan
SEC. 221.102 Application to committed credit where funds are disbursed thereafter
SEC. 221.103 Loans to brokers or dealers
SEC. 221.104 Federal credit unions
SEC. 221.105 Arranging for extensions of credit to be made by a bank
SEC. 221.106 Reliance in ``good faith'' on statement of purpose of loan
SEC. 221.107 Arranging loan to purchase open-end investment company shares
SEC. 221.108 Effect of registration of stock subsequent to making of loan
SEC. 221.109 Loan to open-end investment company
SEC. 221.110 Questions arising under this part
SEC. 221.111 Contribution to joint venture as extension of credit when the contribution is disproportionate to the contributor's share in the venture's profits or losses
SEC. 221.112 Loans by bank in capacity as trustee
SEC. 221.113 Loan which is secured indirectly by stock
SEC. 221.114 Bank loans to purchase stock of American Telephone and Telegraph Company under Employees' Stock Plan
SEC. 221.115 Accepting a purpose statement through the mail without benefit of face-to-face interview
SEC. 221.116 Bank loans to replenish working capital used to purchase mutual fund shares
SEC. 221.117 When bank in ``good faith'' has not relied on stock as collateral
SEC. 221.118 Bank arranging for extension of credit by corporation
SEC. 221.119 Applicability of plan-lender provisions of financing of stock options and stock purchase rights qualified or restricted under Internal Revenue Code
SEC. 221.120 Allocation of stock collateral to purpose and nonpurpose credits to same customer
SEC. 221.121 Extension of credit in certain stock option and stock purchase plans
SEC. 221.122 Applicability of margin requirements to credit in connection with Insurance Premium Funding Programs
SEC. 221.123 Combined credit for exercising employees stock options and paying income taxes incurred as a result of such exercise
SEC. 221.124 Purchase of debt securities to finance corporate takeovers
SEC. 221.125 Credit to brokers and dealers



SEC. 223.1 Authority, purpose and scope
SEC. 223.2 What is an ``affiliate'' for purposes of sections 23A and 23B and this part?
SEC. 223.3 What are the meanings of the other terms used in sections 23A and 23B and this part?

Subpart B — General Provisions of Section 23A

SEC. 223.11 What is the maximum amount of covered transactions that a member bank may enter into with any single affiliate?
SEC. 223.12 What is the maximum amount of covered transactions that a member bank may enter into with all affiliates?
SEC. 223.13 What safety and soundness requirement applies to covered transactions?
SEC. 223.14 What are the collateral requirements for a credit transaction with an affiliate?
SEC. 223.15 May a member bank purchase a low-quality asset from an affiliate?
SEC. 223.16 What transactions by a member bank with any person are treated as transactions with an affiliate?

Subpart C — Valuation and Timing Principles Under Section 23A

SEC. 223.21 What valuation and timing principles apply to credit transactions?
SEC. 223.22 What valuation and timing principles apply to asset purchases?
SEC. 223.23 What valuation and timing principles apply to purchases of and investments in securities issued by an affiliate?
SEC. 223.24 What valuation principles apply to extensions of credit secured by affiliate securities?

Subpart D — Other Requirements Under Section 23A

SEC. 223.31 How does section 23A apply to a member bank's acquisition of an affiliate that becomes an operating subsidiary of the member bank after the acquisition?
SEC. 223.32 What rules apply to financial subsidiaries of a member bank?
SEC. 223.33 What rules apply to derivative transactions?

Subpart E — Exemptions from the Provisions of Section 23A

SEC. 223.41 What covered transactions are exempt from the quantitative limits and collateral requirements?
SEC. 223.42 What covered transactions are exempt from the quantitative limits, collateral requirements, and low-quality asset prohibition?
SEC. 223.43 What are the standards under which the Board may grant additional exemptions from the requirements of section 23A?

Subpart F — General Provisions of Section 23B

SEC. 223.51 What is the market terms requirement of section 23B?
SEC. 223.52 What transactions with affiliates or others must comply with section 23B's market terms requirement?
SEC. 223.53 What asset purchases are prohibited by section 23B?
SEC. 223.54 What advertisements and statements are prohibited by section 23B?
SEC. 223.55 What are the standards under which the Board may grant exemptions from the requirements of section 23B?
SEC. 223.56 What transactions are exempt from the market-terms requirement of section 23B?

Subpart G — Application of Sections 23A and 23B to U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks

SEC. 223.61 How do sections 23A and 23B apply to U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks?

Subpart H — Miscellaneous Interpretations

SEC. 223.71 How do sections 23A and 23B apply to transactions in which a member bank purchases from one affiliate an asset relating to another affiliate?

Subpart I — Savings Associations — Transactions with Affiliates

SEC. 223.72 Transactions with affiliates 


SEC. 224.1 Authority, purpose and scope
SEC. 224.2 Definitions
SEC. 224.3 Margin regulations to be applied by nonexempted borrowers

Bank Holding Company Act of 1956

SEC. 1. Short Title
SEC. 2. Definitions
(a) Bank holding company
(b) Company; company covered in 1970
(c) Bank defined
(d) Subsidiary
(e) Successor
(f) Board
(g) Ownership and control
(h) Extraterritorial effect
(i) Thrift institution
(j) Definition of savings association and related terms
(k) Affiliate
(l) Savings bank holding company
(n) Incorporated definitions
(o) Other definitions
(p) Financial holding company
(q) Insurance company
SEC. 3. Acquisition of Bank Shares or Assets
(a) Prior approval of Board as necessary; exceptions; subsequent approval or disposition upon disapproval
(b) Notice and hearing requirements; waiver in case of bank in danger of closing
(c) Factors for consideration by Board
(d) Interstate banking
(e) Insured depository institution
(f) [Repealed]
(g) Mutual bank holding company
SEC. 4. Interests in Nonbanking Organizations
(a) Ownership or control of voting shares of any company not a bank; engagement in activities other than banking
(b) Statement purporting to represent shares of any company except a bank or bank holding company
(c) Exemptions
(d) Exemption of company controlling one bank prior to July 1, 1968
(e) Divestiture of nonexempt shares
(f) Certain companies not treated as bank holding companies
(g) Limitations on certain banks
(h) Tying provisions
(i) Acquisition of savings associations
(j) Notice procedures for nonbanking activities
(k) Engaging in activities that are financial in nature
(l) Conditions for engaging in expanded financial activities
(m) Provisions applicable to financial holding companies that fail to meet certain requirements
(n) Authority to retain limited nonfinancial activities and affiliations
(o) Regulation of certain financial holding companies
SEC. 5. Administration
(a) Registration of bank holding company
(b) Regulations and orders
(c) Reports and examinations
(d) Reports to the Congress; recommendations
(e) Enforcement and jurisdiction
(f) Powers of Board respecting applications, examinations, or other proceedings
(g) Authority of state insurance regulator and the securities and exchange commission
SEC. 6. [Repealed]
SEC. 7. Reservation of rights to States
(a) In general
(b) State taxation authority not affected
SEC. 8. Penalties
(a) Criminal penalty
(b) Civil money penalty
(c) Notice under this section after separation from service
(d) Penalty for failure to make reports
SEC. 9. Judicial Review
SEC. 10A. [Repealed]
SEC. 11. Saving Provision
(a) General rule
(b) Antitrust review;
(c) Antitrust proceedings; Board and State banking agency as party; representation by counsel
(d) Treatment of merger transactions consummated prior or subsequent to May 9, 1956, and not in litigation prior to July 1, 1966
(e) Antitrust litigation; substantive law applicable to proceedings pending on or after July 1, 1966, with respect to merger transactions
(f) ``Antitrust laws'' defined
SEC. 105 Acquisition of subsidiary and tying arrangement; Federal Reserve Board proceedings; application for authorization; competitor or as party interest and person aggrieved; judicial review 
SEC. 618 Securities holding companies 
SEC. 13 Prohibitions on proprietary trading and certain relationships with hedge Funds and private equity funds 
SEC. 14 Concentration limits on large financial firms 

Tying Arrangements

SEC. 106(a) Definitions
SEC. 106(b) Certain tying arrangements; prohibited; correspondent accounts
SEC. 106(c) Jurisdiction of courts; duty of United States attorneys; equitable proceedings; petition; expedition of cases; temporary restraining orders; bringing in additional parties; subpenas
SEC. 106(d) Actions by United States; subpenas for witnesses
SEC. 106(e) Civil actions by persons injured; jurisdiction and venue; amount of recovery
SEC. 106(f) Injunctive relief for persons against threatened loss or damages; equitable proceedings; preliminary injunctions
SEC. 106(g) Limitation of actions; suspension of limitations
SEC. 106(h) Actions under other Federal or State laws unaffected; regulations or orders barred as a defense

Part 225—Bank Holding Companies And Change in Bank Control (Regulation Y)


Subpart A—General Provisions

SEC. 225.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 225.2 Definitions
SEC. 225.3 Administration
SEC. 225.4 Corporate practices
SEC. 225.5 Registration, reports, and inspections
SEC. 225.6 Penalties for violations
SEC. 225.7 Exceptions to tying restrictions
SEC. 225.8 Capital Planning

Subpart B—Acquisition of Bank Securities or Assets

SEC. 225.11 Transactions requiring Board approval
SEC. 225.12 Transactions not requiring Board approval
SEC. 225.13 Factors considered in acting on bank acquisition proposals
SEC. 225.14 Expedited action for certain bank acquisitions by well-run bank holding companies
SEC. 225.15 Procedures for other bank acquisition proposals
SEC. 225.16 Public notice, comments, hearings, and other provisions governing applications and notices
SEC. 225.17 Notice procedure for one-bank holding company formations

Subpart C—Nonbanking Activities and Acquisitions by Bank Holding Companies

SEC. 225.21 Prohibited nonbanking activities and acquisitions; exempt bank holding companies
SEC. 225.22 Exempt nonbanking activities and acquisitions
SEC. 225.23 Expedited action for certain nonbanking proposals by well-run bank holding companies
SEC. 225.24 Procedures for other nonbanking proposals
SEC. 225.25 Hearings, alteration of activities, and other matters
SEC. 225.26 Factors considered in acting on nonbanking proposals
SEC. 225.27 Procedures for determining scope of nonbanking activities
SEC. 225.28 List of permissible nonbanking activities

Subpart D—Control and Divestiture Proceedings

SEC. 225.31 Control proceedings

Subpart E—Change in Bank Control

SEC. 225.41 Transactions requiring prior notice
SEC. 225.42 Transactions not requiring prior notice
SEC. 225.43 Procedures for filing, processing, publishing and acting on notices
SEC. 225.44 Reporting of stock loans

Subpart F—Limitations on Nonbank Banks

SEC. 225.52 Limitation on overdrafts

Subpart G—Appraisal Standards for Federally Related Transactions

SEC. 225.61 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 225.62 Definitions
SEC. 225.63 Appraisals required; transactions requiring a state certified or licensed appraiser
SEC. 225.64 Minimum appraisal standards
SEC. 225.65 Appraiser independence
SEC. 225.66 Professional association membership; competency
SEC. 225.67 Enforcement

Subpart H—Notice of Addition or Change of Directors and Senior Executive Officers

SEC. 225.71 Definitions
SEC. 225.72 Director and officer appointments; prior notice requirement
SEC. 225.73 Procedures for filing, processing, and acting on notices; standards for disapproval; waiver of notice

Subpart I—Financial Holding Companies

SEC. 225.81 What is a financial holding company?
SEC. 225.82 How does a bank holding company elect to become a financial holding company?
SEC. 225.83 What are the consequences of failing to continue to meet applicable capital and management requirements?
SEC. 225.84 What are the consequences of failing to maintain a satisfactory or better rating under the Community Reinvestment Act at all insured depository institution subsidiaries?
SEC. 225.85 Is notice to or approval from the Board required prior to engaging in a financial activity?
SEC. 225.86 What activities are permissible for any financial holding com- pany?
SEC. 225.87 Is notice to the Board required after engaging in a financial activity?
SEC. 225.88 How to request the Board to determine that an activity is financial in nature or incidental to a financial activity?
SEC. 225.89 How to request approval to engage in an activity that is complementary to a financial activity?
SEC. 225.90 What are the requirements for a foreign bank to be treated as a financial holding company?
SEC. 225.91 How may a foreign bank elect to be treated as a financial holding company?
SEC. 225.92 How does an election by a foreign bank become effective?
SEC. 225.93 What are the consequences of a foreign bank failing to continue to meet applicable capital and management requirements?
SEC. 225.94 What are the consequences of an insured branch or depository institution failing to maintain a satisfactory or better rating under the Community Reinvestment Act?


SEC. 225.101 Bank holding company's subsidiary banks owning shares of nonbanking companies
SEC. 225.102 Bank holding company indirectly owning nonbanking company through subsidiaries
SEC. 225.103 Bank holding company acquiring stock by dividends, stock splits or exercise of rights     
SEC. 225.104 ``Services'' under section 4(c)(1) of Bank Holding Company Act     
SEC. 225.107 Acquisition of stock in small business investment company.     
SEC. 225.109 ``Services'' under section 4(c)(1) of Bank Holding Company Act     
SEC. 225.111 Limit on investment by bank holding company system in stock of small business investment companies     
SEC. 225.112 Indirect control of small business concern through convertible debentures held by small business investment company
SEC. 225.113 Services under section 4(a) of Bank Holding Company Act
SEC. 225.115 Applicability of Bank Service Corporation Act in certain bank holding company situations     
SEC. 225.118 Computer services for customers of subsidiary banks     
SEC. 225.121 Acquisition of Edge corporation affiliate by State member banks of registered bank holding company     
SEC. 225.122 Bank holding company ownership of mortgage companies     
SEC. 225.123 Activities closely related to banking     
SEC. 225.124 Foreign bank holding companies     
SEC. 225.125 Investment adviser activities     
SEC. 225.126 Activities not closely related to banking     
SEC. 225.127 Investment in corporations or projects designed primarily to promote community welfare     
SEC. 225.129 Activities closely related to banking     
SEC. 225.130 Issuance and sale of short-term debt obligations by bank holding companies     
SEC. 225.131 Activities closely related to banking     
SEC. 225.132 Acquisition of assets     
SEC. 225.133 Computation of amount invested in foreign corporations under general consent procedures     
SEC. 225.134 Escrow arrangements involving bank stock resulting in a violation of the Bank Holding Company Act     
SEC. 225.136 Utilization of foreign subsidiaries to sell long-term debt obligations in foreign markets and to transfer the proceeds to their United States parent(s) for domestic purposes     
SEC. 225.137 Acquisition of shares pursuant to section 4(c)(6) of the Bank Holding Company Act     
SEC. 225.138 Statement of policy concerning divestitures by bank holding companies     
SEC. 225.139 Presumption of continued control under section 2(g)(3) of the Bank Holding Company Act     
SEC. 225.140 Disposition of property acquired in satisfaction of debts previously contracted     
SEC. 225.141 Operations subsidiaries of a bank holding company     
SEC. 225.142 Statement of policy concerning bank holding companies engaging in futures, forward and options contracts on U.S. Government and agency securities and money market instruments     
SEC. 225.143 Policy statement on nonvoting equity investments by bank holding companies     
SEC. 225.145 Limitations established by the Competitive Equality Banking Act of 1987 on the activities and growth of nonbank banks     

Subpart J—Merchant Banking Investments

SEC. 225.170 What type of investments are permitted by this subpart, and under what conditions may they be made?
SEC. 225.171 What are the limitations on managing or operating a portfolio company held as a merchant banking investment?
SEC. 225.172 What are the holding periods permitted for merchant banking investments?
SEC. 225.173 How are investments in private equity funds treated under this subpart?
SEC. 225.174 What aggregate thresholds apply to merchant banking investments?
SEC. 225.175 What risk management, record keeping and reporting policies are required to make merchant banking investments?
SEC. 225.176 How do the statutory cross marketing and sections 23A and B limitations apply to merchant banking investments?
SEC. 225.177 Definitions

Subpart K—Proprietary Trading and Relationships With Hedge Funds
and Private Equity Funds

SEC. 225.180 Definitions
SEC. 225.181 Conformance period for banking entities engaged in prohibited proprietary trading or private fund activities
SEC. 225.182 Conformance period for nonbank financial companies supervised by the Board engaged in proprietary trading or private fund activities

Subpart L—Conditions to Orders

SEC. 225.200 Conditions to Board's section 20 orders

Subpart M—Minimum Requirements for Appraisal Management Companies

SEC 225.190 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC 225.191 Definitions
SEC 225.192 Appraiser panel—annual size calculation
SEC 225.193 Appraisal management company registration
SEC 225.194 Ownership limitations for State registered appraisal management companies
SEC 225.195 Requirements for Federally regulated appraisal management companies
SEC 225.196 Information to be presented to the Appraisal Subcommittee by participating States

Appendices to Subparts

Appendix A—Capital Adequacy Guidelines for Bank Holding Companies: Risk-Based Measure
Appendix B—Capital Adequacy Guidelines for Bank Holding Companies and State Member Banks: Leverage Measure
Appendix C—Small Bank Holding Company Policy Statement
Appendix D—Capital Adequacy Guidelines for Bank Holding Companies: Tier 1 Leverage Measure
Appendix E—Capital Adequacy Guidelines for Bank Holding Companies: Market Risk Measure
Appendix F—Interagency Guidelines Establishing Standards For Safeguarding Customer Information
Supplement A to Appendix F—Interagency Guidance on Response Programs for Unauthorized Access to Customer Information and Customer Notice
Appendix G—Capital Adequacy Guidelines for Bank Holding Companies: Internal-Ratings-Based and Advanced Measurement Approaches

FRB Policy Statements

Policy statement of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System for assessing the financial factors in the formation of small one-bank holding companies pursuant to the Bank Holding Company Act
Policy statement regarding compliance with the 1980 requirements of the Bank Holding Company Act
Policy on the responsibility of bank holding companies to act as sources of strength to their subsidiary banks

Part 265—Rules Regarding Delegation of Authority

SEC. 265.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 265.2 Delegation of functions generally
SEC. 265.3 Board review of delegated actions
SEC. 265.4 Functions delegated to Board Members
SEC. 265.5 Functions delegated to Secretary of the Board
SEC. 265.6 Functions delegated to General Counsel
SEC. 265.7 Functions delegated to Director of Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation
SEC. 265.8 Functions delegated to the Staff Director of Division of International Finance
SEC. 265.9 Functions delegated to the Director of Division of Consumer and Community Affairs
SEC. 265.10 Functions delegated to Secretary of Federal Open Market Committee
SEC. 265.11 Functions delegated to Federal Reserve banks

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