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FDIC Encourages Electronic Filing of Securities Disclosure Documents

Posted on 6/3/2011

The FDIC on Tuesday encouraged banks to use FDICConnect to access an electronic system for submitting Securities Exchange Act filings, periodic reports, proxy materials and other securities disclosure documents. The agency explained that the Part 335 electronic filing system eliminates the need for banks -- subject to reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act and Part 335 of the FDIC's regulations -- to submit certain paper securities disclosure documents. The current voluntary transition period will allow such banks to familiarize themselves with the electronic filing system, and also offer comments and suggestions for enhancing the system before the FDIC considers making electronic filing mandatory for securities disclosure filings, the agency said.

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