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Title 12 Banks and Banking Part / Section
Chapter I Comptroller of the Currency, Department of the Treasury 1 – 199
Part 150 Fiduciary Powers of Federal Savings Associations 150.10 – 150.620
§ 150.10 What regulations govern the fiduciary operations of Federal savings associations?
§ 150.20 What are fiduciary powers?
§ 150.30 What fiduciary capacities does this part cover?
§ 150.40 When do I have investment discretion?
§ 150.50 What is a fiduciary account?
§ 150.60 What other definitions apply to this part?
Subpart A Obtaining Fiduciary Powers 150.70
§ 150.70 Must I obtain OCC approval or file a notice before I exercise fiduciary powers?
Subpart B Exercising Fiduciary Powers 150.130 – 150.480
Subpart C Depositing Securities With State Authorities 150.490 – 150.510
§ 150.490 When must I deposit securities with state authorities?
§ 150.500 How much must I deposit if I administer fiduciary assets in more than one state?
§ 150.510 What must I do if state authorities refuse my deposit?
Subpart D Terminating Fiduciary Activities Receivership or Liquidation 150.520 – 150.570
Subpart E Activities Exempt From This Part 150.580 – 150.620
§ 150.580 When may I conduct fiduciary activities without obtaining OCC approval?
§ 150.590 What standards must I observe when acting in exempt fiduciary capacities?
§ 150.600 How may funds be invested when I act in an exempt fiduciary capacity?
§ 150.610 What disclosures must I make when acting in exempt fiduciary capacities?
§ 150.620 May I receive compensation for acting in exempt fiduciary capacities?