Index of Orders Issued or Actions Taken by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (July 1, 1999 - September 30, 1999)

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Index of Orders Issued or Actions Taken by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (July 1, 1999 - September 30, 1999)


                                     Merged or Acquired Bank or
Applicant                            Activity

South Bancorporation,                First American Corporation,
  Birmingham, Alabama                  Nashville, Tennessee
                                     First American National Bank,
                                       Nashville, Tennessee
                                     First American Federal Savings
                                       Bank,
                                       Nashville, Tennessee
                                     First American Community
                                       Development Corporation,
                                       Nashville, Tennessee
Banco de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires,  To establish a representative
  Buenos Aires, Argentina              office in
                                       New York, New York
Bank Iowa,                           U.S. Bank, N.A.,
  Red Oak, Iowa                        Minneapolis, Minnesota
Caixa Geral de Depositos S.A.,       To establish a state-licensed
  Lisbon, Portugal                     branch in
                                       New York, New York
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce,  The CIBC World Markets
  Toronto, Canada                      Corporation,
                                       Toronto, Canada
                                     CIBC World Markets Inc.,
                                       Toronto, Canada
                                     CIBC Delaware Holdings Inc.,
                                       New York, New York
                                     CIBC National Bank,
                                       Maitland, Florida
Civitas Bank,                        First Indiana Bank,
  St. Joseph, Michigan                 Indianapolis, Indiana
The Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, Limited,   CIT Group, Inc.,
  Tokyo, Japan                         Livingston, New Jersey
                                     Newcourt Credit Group, Inc.,
                                       Toronto, Canada
Firstar Corporation,                 Mercantile Bancorporation Inc.,
  Milwaukee, Wisconsin                 St. Louis, Missouri
                                     Ameribanc, Inc.,
                                       St. Louis, Missouri
                                     Mercantile Bank National
                                       Association,
                                       St. Louis, Missouri
Fleet Financial Group, Inc.,         BankBoston Corporation,
  Boston, Massachusetts                Boston, Massachusetts
                                     BankBoston, N.A.,
                                       Boston, Massachusetts
The Fuji Bank, Limited,              HealthCare Financial Partners,
  Tokyo, Japan                         Inc.,
                                       Chevy Chase, Maryland
Heller Financial, Inc.,
  Chicago, Illinois
Manufacturers and Traders Trust      The Chase Manhattan Bank,
  Company,                             New York, New York
  Buffalo, New York
Security Pecos Bancshares, Inc. … 

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