federally chartered banks

federally chartered banks

Financial institutions authorized and regulated by the federal government rather than the state government.They have the word “national”in their name, or the initials “N.A.” at the end. Supervision is by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) at www.occ.treas.gov.

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The New York State Office of the State Comptroller ( OSC ) is soliciting proposals from state or federally chartered banks ( Banks or Proposers ) to provide master custodial banking services, including collateral services ( Master Custodial Services or Services ), for State and local funds held by the Department of Taxation and Finances ( DTF ) Division of Treasury ( Treasury ), OSCs Short Term Investment Pool, OSC Cash Management, and other State agency accounts, as detailed in this Request for Proposals ( RFP ).
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