12 CFR 917.9 - Dividends.

§ 917.9 Dividends.
(a) A Bank's board of directors may declare and pay a dividend only from previously retained earnings or current net earnings and only in accordancewith any other applicable limitations on dividends set forth in the Act or this chapter. Dividends on such capital stock shall be computed without preference.
(b) A Bank's board of directors may not declare or pay a dividend based on projected or anticipated earnings and may not declare or pay a dividend if the par value of the Bank's stock is impaired or is projected to become impaired after paying such dividend.
(c) The requirement in paragraph (a) of this section that dividends be computed without preference shall cease to apply to any Bank that has established any dividend preferences for 1 or more classes or subclasses of its capital stock as part of its approved capital plan, as of the date on which the capital plan takes effect.
[71 FR 78051, Dec. 28, 2006]

Title 12 published on 2015-01-01.

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