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e-CFR Data is current as of April 22, 2014

TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER VII—NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER A—REGULATIONS AFFECTING CREDIT UNIONS

PART 703—INVESTMENT AND DEPOSIT ACTIVITIES

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Subpart A—GENERAL INVESTMENT AND DEPOSIT ACTIVITIES

§703.1
Purpose and scope.
§703.2
Definitions.
§703.3
Investment policies.
§703.4
Recordkeeping and documentation requirements.
§703.5
Discretionary control over investments and investment advisers.
§703.6
Credit analysis.
§703.7
Notice of non-compliant investments.
§703.8
Broker-dealers.
§703.9
Safekeeping of investments.
§703.10
Monitoring non-security investments.
§703.11
Valuing securities.
§703.12
Monitoring securities.
§703.13
Permissible investment activities.
§703.14
Permissible investments.
§703.15
Prohibited investment activities.
§703.16
Prohibited investments.
§703.17
Conflicts of interest.
§703.18
Grandfathered investments.
§703.19
Investment pilot program.
§703.20
Request for additional authority.
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Subpart B—DERIVATIVES AUTHORITY

§703.100
Purpose and scope.
§703.101
Definitions.
§703.102
Permissible derivatives.
§703.103
Derivative authority.
§703.104
Requirements for derivative counterparty agreements, collateral and margining.
§703.105
Reporting requirements.
§703.106
Operational support requirements.
§703.107
External service providers.
§703.108
Eligibility.
§703.109
Applying for derivatives authority.
§703.110
Application content.
§703.111
NCUA approval.
§703.112
Applying for additional products or characteristics.
§703.113
Pilot program participants with active derivatives positions.
§703.114
Regulatory violation.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart B—Examples of Derivative Limit Authority Calculations


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