Form CORP-B19 "Registration Statement and Filing for a Representative Office(S) of a Foreign Bank Corporation" - Texas

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This is a legal form that was released by the Texas Department of Banking - a government authority operating within Texas. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on September 1, 2015;
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REGISTRATION STATEMENT AND FILING FOR A
REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE(S) OF A FOREIGN BANK CORPORATION
All information submitted to the Texas Department of Banking is presumed to be public information,
unless it is deemed confidential under the Texas Open Records Act. Any document in the application
for which you request confidential treatment must be segregated and reference the Texas Open
Records Act exception supporting the request. Final determination as to the confidentiality of any
information will rest with the Banking Commissioner. Inquiries concerning the preparation and filing
of this or any other application with the Department should be directed to the Corporate Activities
Division of the Texas Department of Banking, 2601 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78705-
4294, (512/475-1322). A non-refundable check made payable to the Texas Department of Banking
for the applicable filing fee prescribed in Title 7 of the Texas Administrative Code §15.2 should be
included.
The following information is required as part of the registration filing and should be
made concurrently with any required filing with the Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System (Board of Governors).
Please address the following as exhibits to the application.
1. A copy of the foreign bank’s notice or application submitted to the Board of Governors
under Section 10, International Banking Act (12 U.S.C. Section 3107).
2. A copy, when issued, of the order or notification from the Board of Governors indicating that
the representative office has been approved.
3. Name of the foreign bank corporation, address, and phone number of the principal office in
the country of domicile of the foreign bank corporation.
4. Duly authenticated copy of its certificate of formation and bylaws or other constitutive
documents, and if the copy is in a language other than English, an attached English translation
of the document, under the oath of the translator.
5. The street and post office address, city and county, and phone number where each
representative office is to be located in this state.
6. The name, title, and qualifications of each officer and director of the foreign bank corporation
who will have charge of any aspect of the business and affairs of the representative office.
7. A detailed financial statement of the foreign bank corporation as of a date not more than 360
days before the date of the filing.
8. Provide a copy of the filed document from the Texas Secretary of State evidencing compliance
with Section 201.102 of the Texas Finance Code.
9. A list of those activities in which the foreign bank corporation plans to engage.
10. A list of other states in which the foreign bank corporation operates and in what capacity (i.e.
representative office, agency, branch).
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REGISTRATION STATEMENT AND FILING FOR A
REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE(S) OF A FOREIGN BANK CORPORATION
All information submitted to the Texas Department of Banking is presumed to be public information,
unless it is deemed confidential under the Texas Open Records Act. Any document in the application
for which you request confidential treatment must be segregated and reference the Texas Open
Records Act exception supporting the request. Final determination as to the confidentiality of any
information will rest with the Banking Commissioner. Inquiries concerning the preparation and filing
of this or any other application with the Department should be directed to the Corporate Activities
Division of the Texas Department of Banking, 2601 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78705-
4294, (512/475-1322). A non-refundable check made payable to the Texas Department of Banking
for the applicable filing fee prescribed in Title 7 of the Texas Administrative Code §15.2 should be
included.
The following information is required as part of the registration filing and should be
made concurrently with any required filing with the Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System (Board of Governors).
Please address the following as exhibits to the application.
1. A copy of the foreign bank’s notice or application submitted to the Board of Governors
under Section 10, International Banking Act (12 U.S.C. Section 3107).
2. A copy, when issued, of the order or notification from the Board of Governors indicating that
the representative office has been approved.
3. Name of the foreign bank corporation, address, and phone number of the principal office in
the country of domicile of the foreign bank corporation.
4. Duly authenticated copy of its certificate of formation and bylaws or other constitutive
documents, and if the copy is in a language other than English, an attached English translation
of the document, under the oath of the translator.
5. The street and post office address, city and county, and phone number where each
representative office is to be located in this state.
6. The name, title, and qualifications of each officer and director of the foreign bank corporation
who will have charge of any aspect of the business and affairs of the representative office.
7. A detailed financial statement of the foreign bank corporation as of a date not more than 360
days before the date of the filing.
8. Provide a copy of the filed document from the Texas Secretary of State evidencing compliance
with Section 201.102 of the Texas Finance Code.
9. A list of those activities in which the foreign bank corporation plans to engage.
10. A list of other states in which the foreign bank corporation operates and in what capacity (i.e.
representative office, agency, branch).
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11. Date upon which the foreign bank corporation plans to commence business at the
representative office.
12. Name, title, address, and telephone number of the person to serve as regulatory contact.
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I certify that the preceding application and the attached supporting documents are true and correct
to the best of my knowledge.
_____________________________________
(Foreign Bank Corporation)
____________________________________
(Name)
_____________________________________
(Title)
Dated:
_______________________
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
City of ______________________, SS.: _________________________________________
Country of _______________________
On this ______ day of _____________________, ________, before me personally came
____________________, to me known, who being by me duly sworn, deposes and says that he/she
resides at ___________________________________________________________; that he/she is
________________________________ of _______________________________, the foreign bank
corporation described in the foregoing instrument; and that he/she executed the foregoing
instrument on behalf of such corporation with due authorization of the Board of Directors of such
corporation and as the act of such corporation and in his/her official capacity as
____________________________ for such corporation.
[L.S.]
_______________________________________
Title of Acknowledging Officer: ______________________________
Note: This acknowledgement may be made outside of the United States and its territories by a
minister, a commissioner, a charge d'affairs, a consul-general, a consul, a vice-consul, a
commercial agent, a vice-commercial agent, a deputy consul or a consular agent of the United
States, resident and accredited in the country where the acknowledgement is made. The seal
of his/her office or the seal of the consulate or legation to which he/she is attached should be
affixed.
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