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e-CFR Data is current as of August 21, 2014

Title 12Chapter IPart 9


TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

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

PART 9—FIDUCIARY ACTIVITIES OF NATIONAL BANKS

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Regulations

§9.1
Authority, purpose, and scope.
§9.2
Definitions.
§9.3
Approval requirements.
§9.4
Administration of fiduciary powers.
§9.5
Policies and procedures.
§9.6
Review of fiduciary accounts.
§9.7
Multi-state fiduciary operations.
§9.8
Recordkeeping.
§9.9
Audit of fiduciary activities.
§9.10
Fiduciary funds awaiting investment or distribution.
§9.11
Investment of fiduciary funds.
§9.12
Self-dealing and conflicts of interest.
§9.13
Custody of fiduciary assets.
§9.14
Deposit of securities with state authorities.
§9.15
Fiduciary compensation.
§9.16
Receivership or voluntary liquidation of bank.
§9.17
Surrender or revocation of fiduciary powers.
§9.18
Collective investment funds.
§9.20
Transfer agents.

Interpretations

§9.100
Acting as indenture trustee and creditor.
§9.101
Providing investment advice for a fee.


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