12 CFR 340.2 - Definitions.
Many of the terms used in this part are defined in the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, 12 U.S.C. 1811, et seq. Additionally, for the purposes of this part, the following terms are defined:
(a)Associated person of an individual or entity means:
(1) With respect to an individual:
(i) The individual's spouse or dependent child or any member of his or her immediate household;
(ii) A partnership of which the individual is or was a general or limited partner;
(iii) A limited liability company of which the individual is or was a member; or
(iv) A corporation of which the individual is or was an officer or director.
(2) With respect to a partnership, a managing or general partner of the partnership or with respect to a limited liability company, a manager; or
(3) With respect to any entity, an individual or entity who, acting individually or in concert with one or more individuals or entities, owns or controls 25 percent or more of the entity.
(b)Default means any failure to comply with the terms of an obligation to such an extent that:
(c)FDIC means the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
(e)Financial intermediary means any broker, dealer, bank, underwriter, exchange, clearing agency registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under section 17A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, transfer agent (as defined in section 3(a)(25) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934), central counterparty or any other entity whose role is to facilitate a transaction by, as a riskless intermediary, purchasing a security or qualified financial contract from one counterparty and then selling it to another.
(g)Person means an individual, or an entity with a legally independent existence, including: A trustee; the beneficiary of at least a 25 percent share of the proceeds of a trust; a partnership; a corporation; an association; or other organization or society.
(h)Substantial loss means:
(1) An obligation that is delinquent for ninety (90) or more days and on which there remains an outstanding balance of more than $50,000;
(2) An unpaid final judgment in excess of $50,000 regardless of whether it becomes forgiven in whole or in part in a bankruptcy proceeding;
(3) A deficiency balance following a foreclosure of collateral in excess of $50,000, regardless of whether it becomes discharged in whole or in part in a bankruptcy proceeding;
(4) Any loss in excess of $50,000 evidenced by an IRS Form 1099-C (Information Reporting for Cancellation of Debt).