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Title 17Chapter IIPart 246


TITLE 17—Commodity and Securities Exchanges

CHAPTER II—SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

PART 246—CREDIT RISK RETENTION

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Subpart A—AUTHORITY, PURPOSE, SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

§246.1
Purpose, scope, and authority.
§246.2
Definitions.
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Subpart B—CREDIT RISK RETENTION

§246.3
Base risk retention requirement.
§246.4
Standard risk retention.
§246.5
Revolving pool securitizations.
§246.6
Eligible ABCP conduits.
§246.7
Commercial mortgage-backed securities.
§246.8
Federal National Mortgage Association and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation ABS.
§246.9
Open market CLOs.
§246.10
Qualified tender option bonds.
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Subpart C—TRANSFER OF RISK RETENTION

§246.11
Allocation of risk retention to an originator.
§246.12
Hedging, transfer and financing prohibitions.
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Subpart D—EXCEPTIONS AND EXEMPTIONS

§246.13
Exemption for qualified residential mortgages.
§246.14
Definitions applicable to qualifying commercial loans, qualifying commercial real estate loans, and qualifying automobile loans.
§246.15
Qualifying commercial loans, commercial real estate loans, and automobile loans.
§246.16
Underwriting standards for qualifying commercial loans.
§246.17
Underwriting standards for qualifying CRE loans.
§246.18
Underwriting standards for qualifying automobile loans.
§246.19
General exemptions.
§246.20
Safe harbor for certain foreign-related transactions.
§246.21
Additional exemptions.
§246.22
Periodic review of the QRM definition, exempted three-to-four unit residential mortgage loans, and community-focused residential mortgage exemption

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