12 CFR 371.3 - Form, availability and maintenance of records.

§ 371.3 Form, availability and maintenance of records.
(a) Form and availability. The records required to be maintained by an insured depository institution for QFCs under this part—
(1) Except for records that must be maintained through electronic files under appendix A of this part, may be maintained in any form, including in an electronic file, provided that the records are updated at least daily;
(2) If the records are not maintained in written form, will be capable of being reproduced or printed in written form; and
(3) Will be made available upon written request by the FDIC immediately at the close of processing of the institution's business day, for a period provided in that written request.
(b) Maintenance of records after the institution is no longer in a troubled condition. Insured depository institutions that are in a troubled condition as defined in § 371.2(f) shall continue to maintain the capacity to produce records required under this part on a daily basis for a period of one year after the date that the appropriate Federal banking agency notifies the institution that it is no longer in a troubled condition as defined in § 371.2(f).
(c) Maintenance of records after an acquisition of an institution that is in a troubled condition. If an insured depository institution that has been determined by the appropriate Federal banking agency to be in a troubled condition ceases to exist as an insured depository institution as a result of a merger or a similar transaction into an insured depository institution that is not in a troubled condition immediately following the acquisition, the obligation to maintain records under this part on a daily basis will terminate when the institution in a troubled condition ceases to exist as a separately insured depository institution.

Title 12 published on 2014-01-01

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