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Title 12Chapter IIISubchapter BPart 360 → Appendix


Title 12: Banks and Banking
PART 360—RESOLUTION AND RECEIVERSHIP RULES


Appendix F to Part 360—Customer File Structure

This is the structure of the data file to provide to the FDIC information related to each customer who has an account or sub-account reported in the deposit data or sweep/automated credit account file. If data or information are not maintained or do not apply, a null value in the appropriate field should be indicated. The file will be in a tab-or pipe-delimited ASCII format. Each file name will contain the institution's FDIC Certificate Number, an indication that it is a customer file type and the date of the extract. The files will be encrypted using an FDIC-supplied algorithm. The FDIC will transmit the encryption algorithm over FDICconnect.

Note: Each record must contain the customer's name and permanent legal address. Fields 4-12 relate to the customer name for individuals only. Fields 13-14 relate to the customer name for entities other than individuals. Some systems provide for separate fields for name, street address, city, state, ZIP, and country, all of which are parsed out. Others systems may simply provide multiple lines for name, street address, city, state, ZIP, with no distinction. In this case, certain name and address data elements must be parsed and provided in the appropriate fields.

Field nameField descriptionCommentsFormat
1. CS_Cust_IdentifierCustomer IdentifierCharacter (25).
   The unique field used by the institution to identify the customer
2. CS_Tax_IDCustomer Tax ID NumberHyphens are optional in this fieldCharacter (11).
   The tax identification number on record for the customer
3. CS_Tax_CodeCustomer Tax ID CodeCharacter (1).
   The type of the tax identification number of the customer. Possible values are:
     S = Social Security Number
     T = Federal Tax Identification Number
     O = Other
4. CS_Name_Line—1Individual Customer Name Line 1Character (100).
   If available, the free-form name narrative of the customer, first line
5. CS_Name_Line—2Individual Customer Name Line 2Character (100).
   If available, the free-form name narrative of the customer, second line.
6. CS_Last_NameIndividual Customer Last Name
For individuals, the customer's last name.
This field is required if the data element is in the institution's records. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 4 or 5 to obtain this elementCharacter (50).
7. CS_First_NameIndividual Customer First Name
For individuals, the customer's first name.
This field is required if the data element is in the institution's records. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 4 or 5 to obtain this elementCharacter (50).
8. CS_Middle_NameIndividual Customer Middle Name
For individuals, the customer's middle name.
This field is required if the data element is in the institution's records. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 4 or 5 to obtain this elementCharacter (50).
9. CS_SuffixIndividual Professional Suffix
For individuals, the suffix designating customer's academic, professional or honorary status, such as Esq., Ph.D., M.D., and D.D.S.
This field is required if the data element is in the institution's records. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 4 or 5 to obtain this elementCharacter (20).
10. CS_GenerationIndividual Generational Suffix
For individuals, the suffix designating the customer's generational status, such as Jr., Sr. or III.
This field is required if the data element is in the institution's records. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 4 or 5 to obtain this elementCharacter (10).
11. CS_PrefixIndividual Customer Prefix
For individuals, the prefix of the customer, such as Rev., Dr., Mrs., Mr. or Ms.
This field is required if the data element is in the institution's records. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 4 or 5 to obtain this elementCharacter (10).
12. CS_Birth_DtIndividual Customer Birth DateDate (YYYYMMDD).
   For individuals, the customer's birth date
13. CS_Ent_Name_Line—1Entity Name Line 1Character (100).
   For entities other than individuals, the free-form name narrative of the customer, first line
14. CS_Ent_Name_Line—2Entity Name Line 2Character (100).
   If available for entities other than individuals, the free-form name narrative of the customer, second line
15. CS_Nar_Addr_Line—1Customer Address Line 1Character (100).
   If available, the free-form permanent legal address narrative for the customer, line one
16. CS_Nar_Addr_Line—2Customer Address Line 2Character (100).
   If available, the free-form permanent legal address narrative of the customer, line two
17. CS_Nar_Addr_Line—3Customer Address Line 3Character (100).
   If available, the free-form permanent legal address narrative of the customer, line three
18. CS_Street_Address—1Street Address Line 1
The permanent legal address of the customer, line one.
This field is required. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 16 or 17 to obtain this elementCharacter (100).
19. CS_Street_Address—2Street Address Line 2
The permanent legal address of the customer, line two.
This field is required. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 16 or 17 to obtain this elementCharacter (100).
20. CS_CityCity
The city associated with the permanent legal address.
This field is required. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 16 or 17 to obtain this elementCharacter (25).
21. CS_StateState
The state abbreviation associated with the permanent legal address.
This field is required. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 16 or 17 to obtain this element. Use a two-character state code (official U.S. Postal Service abbreviations)Character (2).
22. CS_ZIPZIP
The ZIP + 4 code associated with the permanent legal address.
This field is required. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 16 or 17 to obtain this element. If the “ + 4” code is not available, provide only the 5-digit ZIP code. Hyphens are optional in this fieldCharacter (10).
23. CS_CountryCountry
The country associated with the permanent legal address.
This field is required. If necessary, data should be parsed from fields 16 or 17 to obtain this element. Provide the name of the country or the standard IRS country codeCharacter (10).
24. CS_TelephoneCustomer Telephone NumberCharacter (20).
   The telephone number on record for the customer
25. CS_EmailCustomer Email AddressCharacter (150).
   The e-mail address on record for the customer

[73 FR 41197, July 17, 2008]

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