(a) Filing of registration statement and other reports—(1) Filing of registration statement. Not later than 90 days after becoming a savings and loan holding company, each savings and loan holding company shall register with the OTS by filing a registration statement H-(b)10.
(2) Filing of annual/current reports. Each registered savings and loan holding company, including subsidiary savings and loan holding companies, shall file an annual/current report H-(b)11, except that such report need not be filed by a savings and loan holding company that is a trust (other than a business trust), secured creditor, or corporate trustee. The H-(b)11 report must be filed no later than 90 days after the close of the fiscal year. Quarterly filings must also be submitted on the H-(b)11 report within 45 days of the end of each quarter (except for the fourth quarter of the holding company's fiscal year) and should describe any material changes from the most recently filed H-(b)11 report or should indicate that no such changes have occurred. However, if material changes have occurred during the fourth quarter with respect to certain items described in the form instructions, an H-(b)11 report for such quarter must be filed within 45 days of the end of such quarter.
(3) General. Registration statements and annual/current reports are to be filed with the OTS in accordance with the instructions contained in each form. In addition, multiple savings and loan holding companies must file conformed copies with any area office that has supervisory authority over a subsidiary savings association. Copies of the forms to be used in submitting registration statements or annual/current reports may be obtained from any Regional Director, or designee.
(b) Date of registration. The date of registration of a savings and loan holding company shall be the date on which its registration statement is received by the Regional Director.
(c) Extension of time for registration. For timely and good cause shown, the Office may extend the time within which a savings and loan holding company shall register.
(d) Release from registration. The Office may at any time, upon its own motion or upon application, release a registered savings and loan holding company from any registration theretofore made by such company, if the Office shall determine that such company no longer has control of any savings association.
(e) Reports. Each savings and loan holding company and each subsidiary thereof, other than a savings association, shall file with the OTS such reports as may be required by the OTS. Such reports shall be made under oath or otherwise, and shall be in such form and for such periods, as the OTS may prescribe. Each report shall contain information concerning the operations of such savings and loan holding company and its subsidiaries as the OTS may require.
(f) Books and records. Each savings and loan holding company shall maintain such books and records as may be prescribed by the Office.
(g) Examinations. Each savings and loan holding company and each subsidiary thereof shall be subject to such examinations as the Office may prescribe. The cost of such examinations (other than examinations of savings associations) shall be assessed against and paid by such holding company. Examination and other reports may be furnished by the Office to the appropriate State supervisory authority. The Office shall, to the extent deemed feasible, use for the purposes of this section reports filed with or examinations made by other Federal agencies or the appropriate State supervisory authority.
(h) Appointment of agent. The Office may require any savings and loan holding company, or persons connected therewith if it is not a corporation, to execute and file a prescribed form of irrevocable appointment of agent for service of process.
[54 FR 49708, Nov. 30, 1989, as amended at 55 FR 13517, Apr. 11, 1990; 57 FR 35458, Aug. 10, 1992; 60 FR 66720, Dec. 26, 1995]
Title 12 published on 2012-01-01
no entries appear in the Federal Register after this date.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.