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Uniform Interstate Application/Notice

The "Uniform Application" was developed by the State/Federal Working Group for the purpose of reducing regulatory burden, by eliminating the need for banks to file multiple different application forms for common applications.

Interagency Charter & Federal Deposit Insurance Application

The OTS, the OCC, and the FDIC worked with CSBS to develop a uniform charter and federal deposit insurance application form. CSBS has posted a copy of the form because it is expected that most state banking agencies will it as part of their charter application packages. The new form will eliminate duplicative information requests by consolidating into one uniform document the different reporting requirements of the regulatory agencies. For more information, contact a member of the CSBS Regulatory Division.

CSBS Interstate Trust Activities Application and Supervisory Addendum

This Uniform Application for Interstate Trust Activities was developed by the CSBS Interstate Trust Activities Task Force. It is intended to satisfy the filing requirements of all states that permit interstate trust operations, thus eliminating the need for interstate trust institutions to file multiple forms if they operate in numerous states. The form is not intended to replace the forms State Banking Departments currently utilize to approve intrastate activities for the institutions that they charter and regulate.

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