Rescinded Banking Circulars

The OCC rescinds issuances for the following reasons:

1 Outdated: The document is no longer needed. Any attachments to the document are rescinded only as they relate to OCC-supervised banks.

2 Replaced: The document and any attachments were replaced by a subsequent publication.

3 Incorporated: The document conveyed content that has been incorporated into another OCC publication.

4 Transmittal: The document is a cover letter that conveyed another document, such as a proposed rule or final rule, an interpretive letter, or a document from another regulatory entity. The rescission does not apply to the conveyed document.

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