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Supervision and Regulation Letters

Supervision and Regulation Letters logo Supervision and Regulation Letters, commonly known as SR Letters, address significant policy and procedural matters related to the Federal Reserve System's supervisory responsibilities. Active SR letters are listed here in reverse chronological order. Obsolete letters or letters that contain confidential supervisory information are not included.
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2012

SR 12-17 / CA 12-14
Consolidated Supervision Framework for Large Financial Institutions
SR 12-16 / CA 12-12
Interagency Statement on Restrictions on Conversions of Troubled Banks
SR 12-15
Investing in Securities without Reliance on Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization Ratings
SR 12-14
Revised Guidance on Supervision of Technology Service Providers
SR 12-13
FFIEC Statement on the Impact of Drought Conditions on Financial Institutions
SR 12-12 / CA 12-11
Implementation of a New Process for Requesting Guidance from the Federal Reserve Regarding Bank and Nonbank Acquisitions and Other Proposals
SR 12-11 / CA 12-10
Guidance on a Lenderís Decision to Discontinue Foreclosure Proceedings
SR 12-10 / CA 12-9
Questions and Answers for Federal Reserve-Regulated Institutions Related to the Management of Other Real Estate Owned (OREO)
SR 12-7
Supervisory Guidance on Stress Testing for Banking Organizations with More Than $10 Billion in Total Consolidated Assets
SR 12-6
Inactive Supervisory Guidance
SR 12-5/CA 12-3
Policy Statement on Rental of Residential Other Real Estate Owned (OREO) Properties
SR 12-4
Upgrades of Supervisory Ratings for Banking Organizations with $10 Billion or Less in Total Consolidated Assets
SR 12-3
Interagency Guidance on Allowance Estimation Practices for Junior Lien Loans and Lines of Credit
SR 12-2
Questions and Answers on Interagency Advisory on Interest Rate Risk Management

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Last update: January 23, 2013