§ 240.17i-5 Record creation, maintenance, and access requirements for supervised investment bank holding companies.  


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  • (a) A supervised investment bank holding company shall make and keep current the following records:

    (1) A record reflecting the results of stress tests, conducted by the supervised investment bank holding company at least once each quarter, of the affiliate group's funding and liquidity with respect to the following events:

    (i) A credit rating downgrade of the supervised investment bank holding company;

    (ii) An inability of the supervised investment bank holding company to access capital markets for unsecured short-term funding;

    (iii) An inability of the supervised investment bank holding company to move liquid assets across international borders when the events described in paragraphs (a)(1)(i) or (ii) of this section occur; and

    (iv) An inability of the supervised investment bank holding company to access credit or assets held at a particular institution when the events described in paragraphs (a)(1)(i) or (ii) of this section occur;

    (2) The supervised investment bank holding company's contingency plan to respond to the events outlined in paragraphs (a)(1)(i) through (iv) of this section;

    (3) A record of the basis for the determination of the credit risk weight and internal credit rating, if applicable, for each counterparty; and

    (4) A record of the calculations of allowable capital and allowances for market, credit, and operational risk computed currently at least once each month on a consolidated basis.

    (b) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, the supervised investment bank holding company shall preserve for a period of not less than three years in an easily accessible place using any storage media acceptable under §240.17a–4(f):

    (1) The documents created in accordance with paragraph (a) of this section;

    (2) All notices of intention, amendments thereto, and other documentation and information filed with the Commission pursuant to §240.17i–2, and any responses thereto;

    (3) All reports and notices filed by the supervised investment bank holding company pursuant to §240.17i–6;

    (4) All notices filed by the supervised investment bank holding company pursuant to §240.17i–8; and

    (5) Records documenting the system of internal risk management controls required to be established pursuant to §240.17i–4, including written guidelines, policies, and procedures.

    (c) A supervised investment bank holding company may maintain the records specified in paragraph (b) of this section either at the supervised investment bank holding company, at an affiliate, or at a records storage facility, provided that the records are located within the United States. If the records are maintained by an entity other than the supervised investment bank holding company, the supervised investment bank holding company shall file with the Commission a written undertaking in a form acceptable to the Commission from the entity, signed by a duly authorized person at the entity maintaining the records, to the effect that the records will be treated as if the supervised investment bank holding company were maintaining the records pursuant to this section and that the entity maintaining the records undertakes to permit examination of those records at any time or from time to time during business hours by representatives or designees of the Commission and to promptly furnish the Commission or its designee a true, correct, complete and current copy of all or any part of those records in paper, or electronically if the records are stored electronically, as specified by the Commission's representative or designee. The election to store records pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph (c) shall not relieve the supervised investment bank holding company from any of its responsibilities under this section or §240.17i–6.

    (d) All information created pursuant to this section and obtained by the Commission from the supervised investment bank holding company shall be accorded confidential treatment to the extent permitted by law.

    [69 FR 34494, June 21, 2004]