12 CFR 344.9 - Personal securities trading reporting by bank officers and employees.

§ 344.9 Personal securities trading reporting by bank officers and employees.
(a) Officers and employees subject to reporting. Bank officers and employees who:
(1) Make investment recommendations or decisions for the accounts of customers;
(2) Participate in the determination of such recommendations or decisions; or
(3) In connection with their duties, obtain information concerning which securities are being purchased or sold or recommend such action, must report to the bank, within 30-calendar days after the end of the calendar quarter, all transactions in securities made by them or on their behalf, either at the bank or elsewhere in which they have a beneficial interest. The report shall identify the securities purchased or sold and indicate the dates of the transactions and whether the transactions were purchases or sales.
(b) Exempt transactions. Excluded from this reporting requirement are:
(1) Transactions for the benefit of the officer or employee over which the officer or employee has no direct or indirect influence or control;
(2) Transactions in registered investment company shares;
(3) Transactions in government securities; and
(4) All transactions involving in the aggregate $10,000 or less during the calendar quarter.
(c) Alternative report. Where a bank acts as an investment adviser to an investment company registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940, the bank's officers and employees may fulfill their reporting requirement under paragraph (a) of this section by filing with the bank the “access persons” personal securities trading report required by (SEC) Rule 17j-1, 17 CFR 270.17j-1.
[62 FR 9919, Mar. 5, 1997, as amended at 72 FR 60547, Oct. 25, 2007]
Effective Date Note:
At 78 FR 76723, Dec. 19, 2013, part 344 was revised, effective Jan. 21, 2014. For the convenience of the user, the revised text is set forth as follows:
PART 344—RECORDKEEPING AND CONFIRMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SECURITIES TRANSACTIONS (Eff. 1-21-14)
§ 344.9 Personal securities trading reporting by officers and employees of FDIC-supervised institutions.
(a) Officers and employees subject to reporting. FDIC-supervised institution officers and employees who:
(1) Make investment recommendations or decisions for the accounts of customers;
(2) Participate in the determination of such recommendations or decisions; or
(3) In connection with their duties, obtain information concerning which securities are being purchased or sold or recommend such action, must report to the FDIC-supervised institution, within 30-calendar days after the end of the calendar quarter, all transactions in securities made by them or on their behalf, either at the FDIC-supervised institution or elsewhere in which they have a beneficial interest. The report shall identify the securities purchased or sold and indicate the dates of the transactions and whether the transactions were purchases or sales.
(b) Exempt transactions. Excluded from this reporting requirement are:
(1) Transactions for the benefit of the officer or employee over which the officer or employee has no direct or indirect influence or control;
(2) Transactions in registered investment company shares;
(3) Transactions in government securities; and
(4) All transactions involving in the aggregate $10,000 or less during the calendar quarter.
(c) Alternative report. Where an FDIC-supervised institution acts as an investment adviser to an investment company registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940, the FDIC-supervised institution's officers and employees may fulfill their reporting requirement under paragraph (a) of this section by filing with the FDIC-supervised institution the “access persons” personal securities trading report required by SEC Rule 17j-1, 17 CFR 270.17j-1.

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