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Regulation W - Transactions between Member Banks and their Affiliates

Subpart A–Introduction and Definitions

Sec. 223.1 - Authority, purpose, and scope.
Sec. 223.2 - What is an “affiliate” for purposes of sections 23A and 23B and this regulation?
Sec. 223.3 - What are the meanings of the other terms used in sections 23A and 23B and this regulation?

Subpart B–General Provisions of Section 23A

Sec. 223.11 - What is the maximum amount of covered transactions that a member bank may enter into with any single affiliate?
Sec. 223.12 - What is the maximum amount of covered transactions that a member bank may enter into with all affiliates?
Sec. 223.13 - What safety and soundness requirement applies to covered transactions?
Sec. 223.14 - What are the collateral requirements for a credit transaction with an affiliate?
Sec. 223.15 - May a member bank purchase a low-quality asset from an affiliate?
Sec. 223.16 - What transactions by a member bank with any person are treated as transactions with an affiliate?

Subpart C–Valuation and Timing Principles under Section 23A

Sec. 223.21 - What valuation and timing principles apply to credit transactions?
Sec. 223.22 - What valuation and timing principles apply to asset purchases?
Sec. 223.23 - What valuation and timing principles apply to purchases of and investments in securities issued by an affiliate?
Sec. 223.24 - What valuation principles apply to extensions of credit secured by affiliate securities?

Subpart D–Other Requirements under Section 23A

Sec. 223.31 - How does section 23A apply to a member bank’s acquisition of an affiliate that becomes an operating subsidiary of the member bank after the acquisition?
Sec. 223.32 - What rules apply to financial subsidiaries of a member bank?
Sec. 223.33 - What rules apply to derivative transactions?

Subpart E–Exemptions from the Provisions of Section 23A

Sec. 223.41 - What covered transactions are exempt from the quantitative limits and collateral requirements?
Sec. 223.42 - What covered transactions are exempt from the quantitative limits, collateral requirements, and low-quality asset prohibition?
Sec. 223.43 - What are the standards under which the Board may grant additional exemptions from the requirements of section 23A?

Subpart F–General Provisions of Section 23B

Sec. 223.51 - What is the market terms requirement of section 23B?
Sec. 223.52 - What transactions with affiliates or others must comply with section 23B’s market terms requirement?
Sec. 223.53 - What asset purchases are prohibited by section 23B?
Sec. 223.54 - What advertisements and statements are prohibited by section 23B?
Sec. 223.55 - What are the standards under which the Board may grant exemptions from the requirements of section 23B?
Sec. 223.56 - What transactions are exempt from the market-terms requirement of Section 23B?

Subpart G–Application of Sections 23A and 23B to U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks

Sec. 223.61 - How do sections 23A and 23B apply to U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks?

Subpart H–Miscellaneous Interpretations

Sec. 223.71 - How do sections 23A and 23B apply to transactions in which a member bank purchases from one affiliate an asset relating to another affiliate?

Subpart I–Savings Associations—Transactions with Affiliates

Sec. 223.72 - Transactions with Affliates.

Updated 9/13/2011 (Subpart I added)







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