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e-CFR Data is current as of October 23, 2014

Title 12Chapter IISubchapter APart 220


TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER A—BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

PART 220—CREDIT BY BROKERS AND DEALERS (REGULATION T)

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

Interpretations

§220.101
Transactions of customers who are brokers or dealers.
§220.102
[Reserved]
§220.103
Borrowing of securities.
§220.104
[Reserved]
§220.105
Ninety-day rule in special cash account.
§§220.106-220.107
[Reserved]
§220.108
International Bank Securities.
§220.109
[Reserved]
§220.110
Assistance by Federal credit union to its members.
§220.111
Arranging for extensions of credit to be made by a bank.
§220.112
[Reserved]
§220.113
Necessity for prompt payment and delivery in special cash accounts.
§§220.114-220.116
[Reserved]
§220.117
Exception to 90-day rule in special cash account.
§220.118
Time of payment for mutual fund shares purchased in a special cash account.
§220.119
Applicability of margin requirements to credit extended to corporation in connection with retirement of stock.
§220.120
[Reserved]
§220.121
Applicability of margin requirements to joint account between two creditors.
§220.122
“Deep in the money put and call options” as extensions of credit.
§220.123
Partial delayed issue contracts covering nonconvertible bonds.
§220.124
Installment sale of tax-shelter programs as “arranging” for credit.
§§220.125-220.126
[Reserved]
§220.127
Independent broker/dealers arranging credit in connection with the sale of insurance premium funding programs.
§220.128
Treatment of simultaneous long and short positions in the same margin account when put or call options or combinations thereof on such stock are also outstanding in the account.
§§220.129-220.130
[Reserved]
§220.131
Application of the arranging section to broker-dealer activities under SEC Rule 144A.
§220.132
Credit to brokers and dealers.


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