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Title 12Chapter VIISubchapter APart 741


TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER VII—NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER A—REGULATIONS AFFECTING CREDIT UNIONS

PART 741—REQUIREMENTS FOR INSURANCE

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§741.0
Scope.

Subpart A—REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO BOTH FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS AND FEDERALLY INSURED STATE-CHARTERED CREDIT UNIONS AND THAT ARE NOT CODIFIED ELSEWHERE IN NCUA'S REGULATIONS

§741.1
Examination.
§741.2
Maximum borrowing authority.
§741.3
Criteria.
§741.4
Insurance premium and one percent deposit.
§741.5
Notice of termination of excess insurance coverage.
§741.6
Financial and statistical and other reports.
§741.7
Conversion to a state-chartered credit union.
§741.8
Purchase of assets and assumption of liabilities.
§741.9
Uninsured membership shares.
§741.10
Disclosure of share insurance.
§741.11
Foreign branching.
§741.12
Liquidity and contingency funding plans.
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Subpart B—REGULATIONS CODIFIED ELSEWHERE IN NCUA'S REGULATIONS AS APPLYING TO FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS THAT ALSO APPLY TO FEDERALLY INSURED STATE-CHARTERED CREDIT UNIONS

§741.201
Minimum fidelity bond requirements.
§741.202
Audit and verification requirements.
§741.203
Minimum loan policy requirements.
§741.204
Maximum public unit and nonmember accounts, and low-income designation.
§741.205
Reporting requirements for credit unions that are newly chartered or in troubled condition.
§741.206
Corporate credit unions.
§741.207
Community development revolving loan program for credit unions.
§741.208
Mergers of federally insured credit unions: voluntary termination or conversion of insured status.
§741.209
Management official interlocks.
§741.210
Central liquidity facility.
§741.211
Advertising.
§741.212
Share insurance.
§741.213
Administrative actions, adjudicative hearings, rules of practice and procedure.
§741.214
Report of crime or catastrophic act and Bank Secrecy Act compliance.
§741.215
Records preservation program.
§741.216
Flood insurance.
§741.217
Truth in savings.
§741.218
Involuntary liquidation and creditor claims.
§741.219
Investment requirements.
§741.220
Privacy of consumer financial information.
§741.221
Suretyship and guaranty requirements.
§741.222
Credit union service organizations.
§741.223
Registration of residential mortgage loan originators.
§741.224
Golden parachute and indemnification payments.
§741.225
Loan participations.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 741—Examples of Partial-Year NCUSIF Assessment and Distribution Calculations Under §741.4
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 741—Guidance for an Interest Rate Risk Policy and an Effective Program
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 741—Interpretive Ruling and Policy Statement on Loan Workouts, Nonaccrual Policy, and Regulatory Reporting of Troubled Debt Restructured Loans


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