The company is in no way liable to a person for damages resulting from the waiver or absence of a waiver of the company`s right to refuse any contract or lease, including a contract for the sale of credit card receivables. No court may issue an order that waives or renounces such a waiver. Subsection d( 12) applies in the case of legal proceedings or proceedings against a recipient referred to in point A, or the insured custodian for whom that recipient has been designated, by a party to a contract or agreement covered in point A) (i) with that institution. Although ILC`s parent-mothers are not directly subject to FDIC regulations, the FDIC has in the past attempted to impose certain prudential and prudential requirements on parent mothers, such as. B capital and liquidity maintenance agreements (“CALMAs”), through written agreements and obligations. These agreements and obligations generally focus on protecting the safety and soundness of ILC`s subsidiary, for example by ensuring that the parent company provides ILC with the necessary capital or cash support and is generally underwritten by the applicants as a condition for deposit insurance authorization or a change in control. The proposed rule would effectively formalize this practice. A subpoena or subpoena duces tecum may only be issued under clause i by or with the written permission of the Board of Directors or its agents (or, in the event of a subpoena or summons of duces tecum, issued by the Resolution Trust Corporation in accordance with this paragraph and with the written authorization of that title , either by the written approval of this title, or by the board of directors of that company or its creators). That`s not the case. (e) (8) (D) (ii) – Pub.
L. 109-390, No. 2 (a) (1) (A), replaces “a mortgage,” “a mortgage,” or “a certificate of deposit” and is inserted before the semicolon at the end” (if such a buyback or repurchase transaction is a “buy-back contract,” as defined in the clause (v)). An underfunded insured custody facility (in accordance with Section 1831o of this title) must notify the Company in writing before entering into an agreement to sell credit card receivables. This paragraph does not limit the Corporation`s authority to waive the Corporation`s right to refuse an agreement or lease under this section. Ilcs has many of the same banking powers of traditional commercial banks, but ownership of an ILC is not subject to the consolidated supervision of the Federal Reserve Board (“FRB”) and the participation restrictions associated with the creation of a bank holding company (“BHC”). Historically, the FDIC has exercised indirect supervisory powers over ILC parent companies by entering into written agreements that have been concluded as a condition for FDIC`s approval of deposit guarantee, merger and control applications. 2005 – par. (e) (8) (A).
pub. L. 109-8, ” 901 (h) (1) (A), replaced with “paragraphs 9) and (10)” for “paragraph (10)” in the introductory provisions and “this person has termination, liquidation or acceleration” to “cause termination or liquidation” incl. (i), added cl. (ii) and suggested the first cl. (ii) which read: “any right in a security agreement relating to any contract or agreement relating to a contract or agreement in Section i); or.” Notwithstanding Section 1823 (2) 2 of this security, any credit extension agreement between a Federal Credit Bank or Federal Reserve Bank and all insured deposit-taking institutions executed prior to the extension of that bank`s credit to such an institution is treated as if it had been executed at the same time as such a credit extension in the sense of Point A.