12 CFR 563b.660 - What must I include in my voluntary supervisory conversion application?

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§ 563b.660 What must I include in my voluntary supervisory conversion application?
You must include all of the following information and documents in a voluntary supervisory conversion application to OTS under this subpart:
(a) Eligibility.
(1) Evidence establishing that you meet the eligibility requirements under §§ 563b.625 or 563b.630.
(2) An opinion of qualified, independent counsel or an independent, certified public accountant regarding the tax consequences of the conversion, or an IRS ruling indicating that the transaction qualifies as a tax-free reorganization.
(3) An opinion of independent counsel indicating that applicable state law authorizes the voluntary supervisory conversion, if you are a state-chartered savings association converting to state stock form.
(b) Plan of conversion. A plan of voluntary supervisory conversion that complies with § 563b.650.
(c) Business plan. A business plan that complies with § 563b.105, when required by OTS.
(d) Financial data.
(1) Your most recent audited financial statements and Thrift Financial Report. You must explain how your current capital levels make you eligible to engage in a voluntary supervisory conversion under §§ 563b.625 or 563b.630.
(2) A description of your estimated conversion expenses.
(3) Evidence supporting the value of any non-cash asset contributions. Appraisals must be acceptable to OTS and the non-cash asset must meet all other OTS policy guidelines. See Thrift Activities Handbook Section 110 for guidelines at OTS's website (www.ots.treas.gov).
(4) Pro forma financial statements that reflect the effects of the transaction. You must identify your tangible, core, and risk-based capital levels and show the adjustments necessary to compute the capital levels. You must prepare your pro forma statements in conformance with OTS regulations and policy.
(e) Proposed documents.
(1) Your proposed charter and bylaws.
(2) Your proposed stock certificate form.
(f) Agreements.
(1) A copy of any agreements between you and proposed purchasers.
(2) A copy and description of all existing and proposed employment contracts. You must describe the term, salary, and severance provisions of the contract, the identity and background of the officer or employee to be employed, and the amount of any conversion shares to be purchased by the officer or employee or his or her affiliates or associates.
(g) Related applications.
(1) All filings required under the securities offering rules of parts 563b and 563g of this chapter.
(2) Any required Holding Company Act application, Control Act notice, or rebuttal submission under part 574 of this chapter, including prior-conduct certifications under Regulatory Bulletin 20.
(3) A subordinated debt application, if applicable.
(4) Applications for permission to organize a stock association and for approval of a merger, if applicable, and a copy of any application for Federal Home Loan Bank membership or FDIC insurance of accounts, if applicable.
(5) A statement describing any other applications required under federal or state banking laws for all transactions related to your conversion, copies of all dispositive documents issued by regulatory authorities relating to the applications, and, if requested by OTS, copies of the applications and related documents.
(h) Waiver request. A description of any of the features of your application that do not conform to the requirements of this subpart, including any request for waiver of these requirements.

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