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FR Y-10F The Report of Changes in FBO Organizational Structure
Notice of Discontinuation:
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System discontinued the FR Y-10F report effective June 30, 2007.
This report provides data on organizational structural changes for foreign banking organizations (FBOs) with respect to their U.S. banking and nonbanking activities. There are five schedules: the Banking Schedule, which collects information about a reporter that is a Banking Company and about a reporter's directly or indirectly held interests in a BHC, an FBO or bank organized under U.S. law; the Nonbanking Schedule, which collects information about a reporter's directly or indirectly held interests in a Nonbanking Company; the Merger Schedule, which collects information on the survivors and nonsurvivors of mergers involving any reportable company; the 4(k) Schedule which collects the required post-transaction notices for activities, formations and acquisitions of companies and large merchant banking and insurance company investments authorized under Section 4(k) of the Bank Holding Company Act; and the Branch, Agency, and Representative Office Schedule, which collects structure information on branches, agencies, representative offices and managed non-U.S. branches.
Bank Holding Companies, Foreign Banking Organizations