Does Reg D apply to a savings account that has been used as security for a loan?
Our private banking area is requesting to add two higher balance tiers on an investment savings account. There is no regulation or rule that would hinder this correct? The only thing I can see is if we are not offering this to other bank customers, but only to these high end customers.
Our company is wanting to offer Time Deposit accounts. I have read Reg. DD and I see that Time Deposits have certain restrictions on withdrawal periods and penalties but I don't think they are much different than Certificate of Deposits and Auto Save IRA CD's. Basically if we adhere to TISA requirements are we okay to offer these or should I be looking into any other regs or requirements?
Is Popmoney considered an automatic transfer with regards to Reg D (excessive withdrawals) limitations?
We want to offer a savings account for students. We are thinking of offering a higher rate on the first $1,000 deposited and then our normal rate on balances over that. This will be effective for one year and then the rate goes to our regular savings rate at that time. If we put up a banner on our building and state the higher rate, do we need to also state an APY on the banner? And what balance would we use to disclose the APY? The APY for $1,500 and $2,500 are considerably different.
Our savings statements are generated every quarter. We recently converted our banking core, and our new core is counting Reg D transactions for every 90 days instead of 30/31 days. My question is, per Reg D, should the customers be allowed 6 transactions per 30 days or 90?
Does Regulation CC apply to savings accounts?
We are converting all of our passbook savings accounts to statement savings. The disclosures originally provided to existing accounts did not differentiate between passbook and statement accounts. Are we required to provide a 30-day change in terms notice to customers whose passbook accounts will be converted?
If a customer has 3 Reg D violations in a 12 month period, can the bank keep the account a savings account, but turn off the interest to make it non interest bearing?
What happens if a bank sends two warning letters for excessive transactions of a savings account, Reg D, but the bank does not follow thru and allows the account to continue excessive transfers. (the account has a balance of $125K)