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Connecticut General Statutes Title 36A. The Banking Law of Connecticut § 36a-338. Report of public depository.  Maintenance of records

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(a) On each call report date, each qualified public depository shall file with the commissioner a written report, certified under oath, indicating (1) the qualified public depository's tier one leverage ratio and risk-based capital ratio or net worth ratio, as determined in accordance with applicable federal regulations and regulations adopted by the commissioner in accordance with chapter 54,   1 (2) the uninsured and total amount of public deposits held by the qualified public depository other than deposits that have been redeposited into the qualified public depository by another insured depository institution pursuant to a reciprocal deposit arrangement that makes such funds eligible for insurance coverage by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or the National Credit Union Administration, (3) the description and market value of any eligible collateral segregated and designated to secure the uninsured public deposits in accordance with sections 36a-330 to 36a-338, inclusive, and (4) the amount and the name of the issuer of any letter of credit issued pursuant to section 36a-337.  Each depository shall furnish a copy of its most recent report to any public depositor having public funds on deposit in the depository, upon request of the depositor.  Any public depository which refuses or neglects to furnish any report or give any information as required by this section shall no longer be a qualified public depository and shall be excluded from the right to receive public deposits.

(b) A qualified public depository shall maintain records including, but not limited to:  (1) A full report of all public deposits by depositor name and location, account name, account number, amount and Federal Employer Identification Number, and (2) a statement for each transfer or designation of eligible collateral showing the par value, description and interest rate, CUSIP number, maturity date, market value and security rating, where applicable, of the eligible collateral being transferred or designated and the name of the financial institution, federal reserve bank or federal home loan bank serving as trustee receiving or holding such collateral.

1  C.G.S.A. § 4-166 et seq.

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