Index of Orders Issued or Actions Taken by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System: (July 1, 2001 - September 30, 2001). (Legal Developments)

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Index of Orders Issued or Actions Taken by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System: (July 1, 2001 - September 30, 2001). (Legal Developments)


INDEX OF ORDERS ISSUED OR ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE
BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

(July 1, 2001 - September 30, 2001)

                                                                 Bul-
                                                                letin
                                                                Volume
                      Merged or Acquired                         and
Applicant             Bank of Activity     Date of Approval      Page

Abbey National        To establish a       September 17, 2001   87,750
  Treasury Services     branch in
  plc, London,          Stamford,
  England               Connecticut
Banco de Credito      To establish an      August 9, 2001       87,708
  del Peru, Lima,       agency in Miami,
  Peru                  Florida
Canadian Imperial     Juniper Financial    August 17, 2001      87,678
  Bank of Commerce,     Corp.,
  Toronto, Canada       Wilmington,
                        Delaware
CIBC World Markets    Juniper Bank,
  Inc., Toronto,        Wilmington,
  Canada                Delaware
CIBC Delaware
  Holdings Inc.,
  New York, New
  York
Amicus Holdings
  Inc., Falls
  Church, Virginia
The Chase Manhattan   Chase Bank of        July 9, 2001         87,626
  Bank, New York,       Texas B San
  New York              Angelo, National
                        Association, San
                        Angelo, Texas
Citigroup Inc.,       European American    July 2, 2001         87,600
  New York, New         Bank, Uniondale,
  York                  New York
Citigroup Holdings
  Company,
  Wilmington,
  Delaware
Citicorp,
  New York, New
  York
Citigroup Inc.,       Grupo Financiero     July 16, 2001        87,613
  New York, New         Banamex Accival,
  York                  S.A. de C.V.,
Citigroup Holdings      Mexico City,
  Company,              Mexico
  Wilmington,         Banco Nacional de
  Delaware              Mexico, S.A.,
Citicorp,               Mexico City,
  New York, New         Mexico
  York                Banamex USA
                        Bancorp, Los
                        Angeles,
                        California
                      California
                        Commerce Bank,
                        Los Angeles,
                        California
DePfa Bank AG,        To establish a       August 9, 2001       87,710
  Wiesbaden,            representative
  Germany               office in New
                        York, New York
First Union           Wachovia             August 13, 2001      87,683
  Corporation,          Corporation,
  Charlotte, North      Winston-Salem,
  Carolina              North Carolina
                      Wachovia Bank,
                        National
                        Association,
                        Winston-Salem,
                        North Carolina
                      Atlantic Savings
                        Bank, FSB,
                        Hilton Head
                        Island, South
                        Carolina
First Western         American Bank        August 9, 2001       87,681
  Bancorp, Inc. … 

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