Financial Institution Letter

Electronic Filing by Banks Reporting to the FDIC Under The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Part 335 of the FDIC’s Regulations

Voluntary Transition Period for Publicly Owned FDIC-Supervised Banks

May 31, 2011

Summary: FDIC-supervised banks and associated parties are encouraged to use FDICConnect to access an electronic filing system for Securities Exchange Act filings and submit periodic reports, proxy materials, other securities disclosure documents, and related correspondence to the FDIC. Publicly available securities disclosure documents filed via FDICConnect generally will be immediately accessible on the FDIC’s Web site.

Statement of Applicability to Institutions under $ 1 Billion in Total Assets: With respect to electronic filing, this Financial Institution Letter applies only to FDIC-supervised banks, including community banks, that have a class of equity securities registered with the FDIC under the Securities Exchange Act. The publicly available securities disclosure filings by such FDIC-supervised banks may be of interest to all institutions.


FDIC-Supervised Banks (Commercial and Savings)

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