12 CFR 347.104 - Insured state nonmember bank investments in foreign organizations.

§ 347.104 Insured state nonmember bank investments in foreign organizations.
(a) Investment in foreign banks or foreign banking organizations. A bank may directly or indirectly acquire and retain equity interests in a foreign bank or foreign banking organization.
(b) Investment in other foreign organizations. A bank may only:
(1) acquire and retain equity interests in foreign organizations, other than foreign banks or foreign banking organizations in amounts of 50 percent or less of the foreign organization's voting equity interests, if the equity interest is held through a domestic or foreign subsidiary; and
(2) The bank meets its minimum capital requirements.

Title 12 published on 2014-01-01

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