12 CFR 563.143 - Must I file with OTS?
Whether and what you must file with the OTS depends on whether you and your proposed capital distribution fall within certain criteria.
|(1) You are not eligible for expedited treatment under § 516.5 of this chapter||Must file an application with the OTS.|
|(2) The total amount of all of your capital distributions (including the proposed capital distribution) for the applicable calendar year exceeds your net income for that year to date plus your retained net income for the preceding two years||Must file an application with the OTS.|
|(3) You would not be at least adequately capitalized, as set forth in § 565.4(b)(2) of this chapter, following the distribution||Must file an application with the OTS.|
|(4) Your proposed capital distribution would violate a prohibition contained in any applicable statute, regulation, or agreement between you and the OTS (or the Corporation), or violate a condition imposed on you in an OTS-approved application or notice||Must file an application with the OTS.|
|If you are not required to file an application under paragraph (a) of this section, but:||Then you:|
|(1) You would not be well capitalized, as set forth under § 565.4(b)(1), following the distribution||Must file a notice with the OTS.|
|(2) Your proposed capital distribution would reduce the amount of or retire any part of your common or preferred stock or retire any part of debt instruments such as notes or debentures included in capital under part 567 of this chapter (other than regular payments required under a debt instrument approved under § 563.81)||Must file a notice with the OTS.|
|(3) You are a subsidiary of a savings and loan holding company||Must file a notice with the OTS.|
|If neither you nor your proposed capital distribution meet any of the criteria listed in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section||Then you do not need to file a notice or an application with the OTS before making a capital distribution.|
Title 12 published on 2015-01-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 12 CFR Part 563.