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Title 12Chapter IPart 163


TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER I—COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

PART 163—SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONS—OPERATIONS

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Subpart A—ACCOUNTS

§163.1
Chartering documents.
§163.4
[Reserved]
§163.5
Securities: Statement of non-insurance.
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Subpart B—OPERATION AND STRUCTURE

§163.22
Merger, consolidation, purchase or sale of assets, or assumption of liabilities.
§163.27
Advertising.
§163.33
Directors, officers, and employees.
§163.36
Tying restriction exception.
§163.39
Employment contracts.
§163.41
Transactions with affiliates.
§163.43
Loans by savings associations to their executive officers, directors and principal shareholders.
§163.47
Pension plans.
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Subpart C—SECURITIES AND BORROWINGS

§163.74
Mutual capital certificates.
§163.76
Offers and sales of securities at an office of a Federal savings association.
§163.80
Borrowing limitations.
§163.81
Inclusion of subordinated debt securities and mandatorily redeemable preferred stock as supplementary (tier 2) capital.
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—CAPITAL DISTRIBUTIONS

§163.140
What does this subpart cover?
§163.141
What is a capital distribution?
§163.142
What other definitions apply to this subpart?
§163.143
Must I file with the OCC?
§163.144
How do I file with the OCC?
§163.145
May I combine my notice or application with other notices or applications?
§163.146
Will the OCC permit my capital distribution?
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Subpart F—FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT POLICIES

§163.161
Management and financial policies.
§163.170
Examinations and audits; appraisals; establishment and maintenance of records.
§163.171
[Reserved]
§163.172
Financial derivatives.
§163.176
Interest-rate-risk-management procedures.
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Subpart G—REPORTING AND BONDING

§163.180
Suspicious Activity Reports and other reports and statements.
§163.190
Bonds for directors, officers, employees, and agents; form of and amount of bonds.
§163.191
Bonds for agents.
§163.200
Conflicts of interest.
§163.201
Corporate opportunity.
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Subpart H—NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DIRECTOR OR SENIOR EXECUTIVE OFFICER

§163.550
What does this subpart do?
§163.555
What definitions apply to this subpart?
§163.560
Who must give prior notice?
§163.565
What procedures govern the filing of my notice?
§163.570
What information must I include in my notice?
§163.575
What procedures govern OCC review of my notice for completeness?
§163.580
What standards and procedures will govern OCC review of the substance of my notice?
§163.585
When may a proposed director or senior executive officer begin service?
§163.590
When will the OCC waive the prior notice requirement?


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