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What does my regulator's request mean?

What does our regulator mean by "most recent report for SAR /CTR filed along with 3 years filing trend"?

Answer by Randy Carey: The only way to figure out what a regulator wants when you have questions concerning a request is to call them.


Answer by John Burnett: While I don't disagree with Randy, an educated guess would be that the examiner wants a copy of the most recent report of SARs filed (and CTRs if you report them) to your directors or committee designated by the directors for the purpose, plus a three-year history of the numbers of SARs and CTRs filed. You may or may not have that information, but if you do, the examiner would like to see it.


Answer by Ken Golliher: Call them and ask.

First published on 10/30/2016

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