Connecticut General Statutes Title 36A. The Banking Law of Connecticut § 36a-188. Registration with commissioner. Reports and examinations
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Each holding company shall register with the commissioner within one hundred eighty days after becoming a holding company. The commissioner may require any holding company to furnish whichever reports the commissioner deems appropriate to the proper supervision of such holding company. Unless the commissioner determines otherwise, reports prepared for federal authorities may be submitted by such holding company in satisfaction of the requirements of this section. The commissioner may make examinations of each holding company and each subsidiary thereof, the cost of which shall be assessed against and paid by such holding company.
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