Sr 07-19 Confidentiality Provisions In Third-Party Agreements

OCC CSI does not contain information that OCC is required to disclose under the Freedom of Information Act, or that OCC has published or provided, including final orders and other agreements. [23] Confidentiality agreements: a regulated entity is not allowed to enter into third-party company NDAs that attempt to prevent the company from passing information on to FRB supervisory staff; 2. require an undertaking, without the prior authorisation of the FRB, to disclose that information is being or has been made available to THE SUPERVISORY STAFF OF THE FRBs; or (3) request or permit a counterparty to inform a counterparty of a recent or imminent frB audit or of a non-public FRB supervisory initiative or measure. Companies already familiar with the CSI requirements of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (”FRB”) or the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) should also check the CSI bulletin, as the level of coverage and specific procedures for publishing ISCs vary by regulatory authority. . . .

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